RULE DRJ 14 SUPPLEMENTAL PROVISIONS (a) Service and Filing With the Court. Rule of Appellate Procedure 18.5 governs service, proof of service, and filing of papers under these rules. (b) Computation of Time. Rule of Appellate Procedure 18.6 applies to the computation of time under these rules. (c) Waiver of Rules and Sanctions for Violation of Rules. Rules of Appellate Procedure 18.8(a) and (d) and 18.9(a) are applicable to proceedings under these rules. (d) Applicability of RAP. Upon order of the Supreme Court, the Rules of Appellate Procedure may be made applicable to any part of the proceeding involving the discipline or retirement of a judge not governed by these rules. (e) Confidential and Privileged Communications. Confidential communication between a judicial officer and peer Counselors of the Judicial Assistance Committee of the Superior Court Judges' Association or the district and Municipal Court Judges' Association or the LAP (Lawyers Assistance Program of the Washington State Bar Association) shall be privileged against disclosure without the consent of the judicial officer to the same extent and subject to the same conditions as confidential communication between a client and psychologist. [Adopted effective May 14, 1982; November 25, 2003.]
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