LRCrR 1.2 COURT COMMISSIONER AUTHORITY In adult criminal cases, any Court Commissioner appointed to serve in the Douglas County Superior Court and qualified under Article 4, Section 23 of the Constitution of the State of Washington shall have the power, authority and jurisdiction, concurrent with the Superior Court Judges, to preside over arraignments, preliminary appearances, initial extradition hearings, and noncompliance proceedings pursuant to RCW 9.94A.200; to accept pleas; to appoint counsel; to make determinations of probable cause; to set, amend, and review conditions of pretrial release; to set bail; to set trial and hearing dates; to authorize continuances and to accept waivers of the right to speedy trial. Adopted Effective September 1, 2002
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