There are currently 12 names in this directory beginning with the letter W.
Waiver by Magistrate
An intentional and voluntary surrender of some known right, which generally may either result from an express agreement or be inferred from circumstances.
Waiver of Jury
The right to a jury trial is waived and the judge makes the decision of guilt or innocence
Wanton Reckless, malicious
Without regard for the rights of others, indifferent to consequences to health, life or the reputation of another. Usually done without intent, but an act so unreasonable the perpetrator should know that harm would result.
A written order from a competent authority directing the doing a certain act, especially one directing the arrest of a person or persons, issued by a court, body or official.
The unlawful sale, distribution, manufacture, alteration, transport, possession or use of a deadly or dangerous weapon.
With Specifications (W/S)
When W/S is listed after a charge, it is usually followed with a description of violence involved with the charge.
Work Release Program
Program that allows a prisoner to work at paid employment or participate in a training program in the community on a voluntary basis while continuing as a prisoner of the institution or facility which he/she is committed.
Writ of Execution (in a civil matter)
A routine court order by which the court attempts to enforce the judgment granted a plaintiff, by authorizing a sheriff to levy on the property belonging to the judgment debtor.