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Vacation of Record of Felony Conviction.
Nothing in this section affects or prevents the use of an offender's prior conviction in a later criminal prosecution. (6) All costs incurred by the court and probation services shall be paid by the person making the motion to vacate the record unless a determination is made pursuant to chapter 10. 101 RCW that the person making the motion is indigent, at the time the motion is brought. (7) The clerk of the court in which the vacation order is entered shall immediately transmit the order vacating the conviction to the Washington state patrol identification section and to the local police agency, if any, which holds criminal history information for the person who is the subject of the conviction. The Washington state patrol and any such local police agency shall immediately update their records to reflect the vacation of the conviction.
A suspended sentence is considered adverse to the defendant. VACATE: To set aside a conviction. Statutes, Rules, and Regulations The following statutes, rules, and regulations concern court records and criminal history records: Revised Code of Washington (RCW) 9. 92. 066 Termination of Suspended Sentence - Vacation of Conviction.
(4) that there exists evidence of material facts, not previously presented and heard, that requires vacation of the conviction.