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(Olympia, WA)  --  A bill being considered by Washington lawmakers is intended to help avoid the mistakes and missteps that have led to inaccurate prison and community-supervision sentences for offenders.  The measure would require courts to complete a standardized work sheet that accompanies offenders to prison.  Kirkland Representative Roger Goodman tells the "Seattle Times" the bill is designed to fix different calculating problems that led to premature release for prisoners or skewed community-supervision sentences.

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