Cases scheduled before Commissioners in Room 100, will be held in Room 315 until further notice.
2015 Pro Tem Commissioner Applications
Beginning July 1, 2014, attorneys interested in applying for the 2015 Superior Court Pro Tem Commissioner List can pick up applications in Superior Court Administration, Room 334 or Commissioners Services Department, Room 140 at the County-City Building or may obtain them from Superior Court website; www.co.pierce.wa.us/superior/employment Applications must be returned to Superior Court Administration, Room 334, no later than 4:30 P.M. September 29, 2014.
An applicant must have a minimum of five years experience in the State of Washington and may not serve as a pro tem commissioner if appointed or serving as a Guardian Ad Litem for compensation under Title 11, 13 or 26.
Myths and Misperceptions about Courts
Do you wonder who the courts work for? Who can give you legal advice? What judges wear under their robes? To find out the answer to these and other questions check out this video - Myths and Misperceptions About the Washington Courts.
Juror Phone Scam
At least two Seattle residents received the threatening calls from a man identifying himself
as a lieutenant for the “Seattle Federal Warrant Division.“ The caller claimed that a warrant had been issued for failure to appear for jury duty and demanded payment of an immediate $500 fine.
These calls are bogus.
For more details on the Seattle calls
Juror scams in the Pierce County Area
Juror Scams around the country
Students visit Drug Court
On the afternoon of May 20, a group of 20 students and 2 instructors from the Alternative High School in Orting observed the Pierce County Felony Drug Court in action. The docket included Admissions into Drug Court, Terminations & Review Hearings including unsatisfactory reports with sanctions.
Proposed Local Rules
The comment period has passed for the 2014 Local Rules changes. The Rules approved by the Bench will take effect September 1, 2014. More...
Juror Appreciation Week
New Criminal Division Presiding Judge (CDPJ) Protocols
New Mandatory Impact on Children Seminar Offered for Non-Parental Custody Petitioners
Changes to Ex Parte Procedure
Archived Superior Court News