No. 10281-8-I.

32 Wn. App. 575 (1982)

648 P.2d 479

THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, Respondent, v. KAYE M. WAUGH, Appellant.

The Court of Appeals of Washington, Division One.

July 16, 1982.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Nancy Talner of Washington Appellate Defender Association, for appellant.

Russ Juckett, Prosecuting Attorney, and Theresa Schrempp, Deputy, for respondent.


Kaye M. Waugh appeals from a conviction of possessing a controlled substance on the premises of a state correctional institution. See RCW 9.94.045. On appeal, she argues that the charges should have been dismissed because she was not tried within 100 days of her "arrest," as required by the speedy trial rule, CrR 3.3(b) (amended August 1, 1980). The conviction is affirmed.

On March 20, 1980, the defendant went to visit her husband at the...

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