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Court of Appeals to hear local cases in South Bend on October 25thOctober 18, 2002
In a community visit on Friday, October 25th, the Washington State Division Two Court of Appeals will call South Bend home, hearing arguments in a total of six cases throughout the day at Pacific County Superior Court.
The visit is open to the public, and aimed at increasing the accessibility of Washington’s appellate courts.
Starting at 9 a.m., Judges J. Dean Morgan, Elaine Houghton and C.C. Bridgewater will hear arguments on the following cases before observers:
· No. 27906-1 Ted Case v. Bary Dundom Etux
· No. 27648-8 In re: the Estate of Bobby F. Carpenter
· No. 27782-4 Louise Kemmer v. Ernest E. Keiski
The Court will hear argument on the first five cases in the morning hours, recessing for lunch at 11:30 a.m., when they will be available to answer questions from members of the of public. The court will reconvene at 1:30 p.m. to hear argument on the last case of the day.
Division Two of the Washington State Court of Appeals has made community visits throughout its geographic area since 1993, most recently hearing cases at Bremerton High School in March. The court hears appeals from trial courts throughout Western Washington, Pierce County south to the Oregon border and the Olympic Peninsula, and has the authority to overrule, remand, or modify or affirm decisions of the lower courts.
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