COURTS - SUPERIOR COURTS - FILING FEES - PUBLIC FUNDS - STATE TREASURER - COUNTY TREASURER - LAW LIBRARIES
Procedures for dividing filing fees received on superior court cases between the state and county treasuries, and calculating the amount due to the county law library fund 1. Current law requires county treasurers to remit to the state treasurer 46 percent of all superior court filing fees covered by RCW 36.18.020 before calculating any amounts due to the county or regional law library fund. 2. After remitting the state's share of superior court filing fees to the state treasurer, county treasurers are required by RCW 27.24.070 to deposit an amount in the county or regional law library fund equal to $12 times the number of civil or probate fees paid in connection with the filing of a new matter.
OFFICES AND OFFICERS - JUDGES - SUPERIOR COURTS - APPLICABILITY OF SALARY INCREASE LAW TO PUBLIC OFFICIALS WHOSE TERMS COMMENCE FOLLOWING ENACTMENT BUT PRIOR TO EFFECTIVE DATE
OFFICES AND OFFICERS - JUDGES - SUPERIOR COURTS - APPLICABILITY OF SALARY INCREASE LAW TO PUBLIC OFFICIALS WHOSE TERMS COMMENCE FOLLOWING ENACTMENT BUT PRIOR TO EFFECTIVE DATE The judge appointed to fill the new superior court judgeship created in Snohomish county by § 3, chapter 84, Laws of 1967, Ex. Sess., is entitled, after June 8, 1967, to receive the $22,500 annual salary established for superior court judges under chapter 65, Laws of 1967.
SUPERIOR COURTS - DISTRICT COURTS - JUVENILE COURTS - SCHOOLS - TRUANCY
Confidentiality of juvenile court records in truancy cases The records of a juvenile court in a truancy case are confidential and not available for public inspection and copying, with the limited exceptions listed in RCW 13.50.010 and 13.50.100.
COURT COSTS - JURY FEES - ATTORNEYS' FEES FOR INDIGENT DEFENDANTS - SUPERIOR COURTS - CHANGE OF VENUE - LIABILITY OF COUNTIES FOR COURT COSTS ON CHANGE OF VENUE
COURT COSTS ‑- JURY FEES ‑- ATTORNEYS' FEES FOR INDIGENT DEFENDANTS ‑- SUPERIOR COURTS ‑- CHANGE OF VENUE ‑- LIABILITY OF COUNTIES FOR COURT COSTS ON CHANGE OF VENUE Where a change of venue is granted in a criminal case from the superior court of one county to the superior court of another county, and the defendant is acquitted after trial, the costs for jurors' fees shall be paid by the county in which the trial was had. In such a situation, where counsel is appointed by the superior court to defend an indigent defendant, the statutory fees for such counsel shall be paid by the county in which said counsel was appointed.