It is true things like the Driver Licensing Compact (DLC) are signed by the State of Washington, but even for this DLC, RCW 46.21.010 only authorizes the State to record out-of-state convictions in the case of vehicular homicide, DUI/DUIIs, traffic felonies and hit-and-runs. So what legally permits the Department of Licensing to record out-of-state convictions such as speeding tickets?
Homicide is any unlawful killing of another human being, such as murder or manslaughter. Homicide is not always premeditated, malicious, or intentional.
A traffic ticket is issued for moving or non-moving vehicle violations. Potential consequences include fines, license penalties, traffic school, or jail.