As a condition of granting deferred prosecution, the court may order supervision of
the petitioner during the period of deferral and may levy a monthly assessment upon
the petitioner as provided in RCW 10.64.120. In a jurisdiction with a probation department, the court may appoint the probation
department to supervise the petitioner. In a jurisdiction without a probation department, the court may appoint an appropriate
person or agency to supervise the petitioner. A supervisor appointed under this section shall be required to do at least the following:
(1) If the charge for which deferral is granted relates to operation of a motor vehicle,
at least once every six months request from the department of licensing an abstract
of the petitioner's driving record; and
(2) At least once every month make contact with the petitioner or with any agency
to which the petitioner has been directed for treatment as a part of the deferral.
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