Use this online database and let us know what you think! Until June 30, 2013, we have permission from EBSCO to allow any visitor to our web site to use the resources at the Legal Information Research Center. The Center provides searchable PDF versions of many of Nolo Press' popular self-help legal manuals. Topics...
The phone number for our Kent library in the Maleng Regional Justice Center has changed to (206) 477-1316. Please update your records accordingly. Our Seattle library phone number is the same - (206) 296-0940.
This link leads to the home page for LegalVoice, formerly the Northwest Women's Law Center. As stated in their mission statement, LegalVoice "...works to ensure that all women and girls have these fundamental rights: to equal treatment and to be free from discrimination; to decide when and how to form and maintain their families; to be safe wherever they are; to economic equality and independence; to be healthy and active."
The filing and disposition standards developed by the King County Prosecutor's Office provide structure and guidance for the discretionary powers prosecutors have in filing and prosecuting crimes.
We help tenants and landlords with eviction questions every week. Here's a list of the principle resources we direct them to:
The Housing Justice Project -- low-income tenants in King County who are facing an eviction can meet with volunteer attorneys by visiting the HJP offices in the King County Courthouse in downtown Seattle and the...
The King County Superior Court Clerk's Office has created a handy reference page called "Clerk's Papers" with helpful information about how appeals to the Washington Court of Appeals and Supreme Court work in relation to the King County Superior Court. It covers topics such as Designation of Clerk's Paper, Statement of Arrangement and Report of Proceedings.