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29
Oct
New King County District...
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by CourtTrax Webmaster

The King County, WA District Court has launched a new online system for case record searches and electronic document access in some instances. From the King County District Court: “Update Effective 10/28/20 5:30PM KCDC is excited to launch eFiling for all case types to the public effective 11/2/20. In...

25
May
King County, WA Extends M...
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by CourtTrax Webmaster

As of May 21st, King County Executive Dow Constantine has extended mandatory telecommuting for all Executive-level employees through Labor Day, September 7th, except when a physical presence is inherently unavoidable, such as in the cases of First Responders and Mission-critical employees. Otherwise, all other Executive Branch employees are bound...

12
May
Over 3,000 Court Official...
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by CourtTrax Webmaster

A recent webinar on resuming court operations post-lockdown and amid the Coronavirus pandemic attracted 3,200 officials from state, federal, and international courts, all seeking guidance on how to move forward in a changed world. From the National Center for State Courts (NCSC): “At this point, there are more questions...

10
Jan
Utah Supreme Court Rules...
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by CourtTrax Webmaster

A quirk of Utah law has held that whomever a mother is married to at the time a child is born becomes the legal father of that child, even if they are not the biological father. Consequently, if the biological father wishes to claim paternity thereafter, they have had...

2
Jan
Always Use your Blinker i...
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by CourtTrax Webmaster

Recently, the Washington State Supreme Court was asked to decide whether the phrase “when required” in the Revised Code of Washington (RCW) 46.61.305 compels drivers to use their signal every time they turn or change lanes on a public roadway. The term ‘when required’ is defined by RCW 46.61.305(1)...

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