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Notification Services

Welcome to the Washington Courts notification and subscription services. By signing up for e-mail notifications or automatic distribution to your browser via RSS notification, you will be kept up to date as new information becomes available.
Check the items below for notifications

Appellate Court Opinions
Within 30 minutes of an opinion being filed, you will receive an e-mail with the date, docket number, court and case title of the new opinion. If an opinion is revised, you will not receive an e-mail alerting you to the change.

Please note, all opinions are filed in PDF format. If needed, a PDF Reader can be downloaded.
Opinions   Published    Unpublished  
 Supreme Court   
 Court of Appeals Division I
 Court of Appeals Division II
 Court of Appeals Division III 

Caseload Reports
You can now be notified when the most recent monthly and/or year-to-date caseload reports for the Superior Courts and the Courts of Limited Jurisdiction are available on the web.
 Monthly   Year-To-Date 
 Superior Court 
 Courts of Limited Jurisdiction 

Other Notification Services
Notification services are also available for the following: when the Supreme Court invites public comments concerning proposed changes to its court rules; when Court Forms are added or revised; when Pattern Jury Instructions are added or revised; when Press Release are added or revised; and to receive a copy of the Weekly Digest on Friday, which is a collection of all weekly notifications.
 Court Form Revisions/Additions
 Court Rules Proposed for Public Comment
 Guardian Program Rules Proposed for Comment
 JIS System Notices
 Pattern Jury Instructions Revisions/Additions
 Plain Language Forms Posted for Comment
 Press Releases
 Weekly Digest for Washington Courts

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