Chris Melley’s position as District Court Commissioner was terminated by the county, on Wednesday, November 30, 2011, due to budgetary issues. Chris has provided dedicate and honorable leadership to our county for 35 years (so far). We hope to see him back contributing to the needs of our county soon, and we wish him the […]
The “Voting for Judges” website (http://www.votingforjudges.org) is a valuable nonpartisan source of judicial-evaluation information for candidates running for judicial office. Now in its fifth year, the site includes information about candidates for all levels of courts throughout the state. The WSBA is a co-sponsor of this site.
The Judicial Forum will be held on July 16, 2010 from 11:45 to 1:15. The PDN and Sequim Gazette will be present and the forum will be recorded. Steve Methner is not available as a moderator, so if someone has a suggestion, please contact President, Will Payne. After the forum, the evaluation forms for prosecutor […]
Per Ms. Clevenger, Court Administrator: CHINS/YAR moves to Wednesday at 0830 as of March 1; Juvenile Dependency Calendar moves to Wednesday at 0900 as of March 1; Juvenile Offender Calendar moves to 0900 Thursday as of March 1.
On June 29, 2009, the Clallam County Superior Court implemented changes to LCR 77(k), and LCR 94(f) (with Exhibit A), and Administrative rule 0.3, and added Administrative Rule 0.5, 0.6, 0.7 Of particular note for family law practictioners, LCR 94(f) makes substantial changes to the settlement conference procedures, and imposes heavy financial santcions for failing […]
The Clallam County Bar Association is holding a judicial candidate forum for the candidates for Washington State Court of Appeals Division II, District 2. Attorney Tim Ford is challenging the incumbent Judge J. Robin Hunt for a seat on the court. Both candidates will be present to discuss their judicial philosophy and to answer questions […]
There will be a brown bag luncheon at noon tomorrow (March 5, 2008) at the courthouse. This will be to discuss the judge rotation calendar.
(Click to enlarge photo) To an overflowing crowd in Clallam County’s Courtroom 1, Brooke Taylor was sworn in by Washington State Supreme Court Chief Justice Gerry Alexander, as Clallam County’s new, and third, Superior Court judge on Wednesday, January 2, 2008. Present at the ceremony were numerous dignitaries including
The primary election is over and Brooke Taylor will be the new Clallam County Superior Court judge. By statute, any judge who wins more than 50% of a primary election will be the only candidate appearing on the fall general election. Mr. Taylor won 53% of the election, therefore his name will be the only […]
The County’s first report of results (all candidates and positions) can be seen here As of 8:09 p.m. on 8/21/07, the unofficial tally’s are: Brooke Taylor – 52.75% with 7,032 votes Brent Basden – 22.73% with 3,031 votes Curtis Johnson – 13.34% with 1,779 Craig Miller – 11.18% with 1,490 votes If Brooke Taylor maintains more than 50% of the vote, state law mandates that he will be the only candidate placed on the general election ballot. The next count will be Friday August 24th by 4:30 p.m.. The election results will be […]
The Bar Association’s poll results for judicial candidates are in. Results based on 9 measures with a grading scale of 1-5 for each measure are as follows: 4.7 Brooke Taylor 3.7 Brent Basden 3.1 Curtis Johnson 3.1 Craig Miller Click here to see a table of the result details: bar-poll-results-table.htm This summer marks an historic election for Clallam County’s newly created position for a third Superior Court Judge (position #3). This position was authorized by an act of the state legislature […]