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Court of Appeals to hear local cases at Sequim High School February 12thFebruary 05, 2003
In a community visit on Wednesday, February 12th, the Washington State Division Two Court of Appeals will hold court in
“We’re delighted to be hearing local Clallam and
Starting at , Chief Judge Hunt and Judges David Armstrong and J. Dean Morgan will hear arguments on the following cases before students, teachers and observers:
The Court will hear argument on the first three cases in the morning hours, recessing for lunch at , when they will meet with students over lunch in the cafeteria and be available to answer their questions. The court will reconvene at to hear argument on the last three cases of the day. Throughout the day, the court will try to provide opportunities for students to ask questions between cases as time permits.
Division Two of the Washington State Court of Appeals has made community visits throughout its geographic area since 1993, most recently hearing cases at Peninsula College in October. 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.
For media interviews with judges participating in this visit, contact the number listed above prior to the event or Chief Judge Hunt at the number listed below.
CONTACT: Chief Judge J. Robin Hunt, Court of Appeals Division II, 253-593-2976.
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