Washington State Commission on Judicial Conduct

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The Washington State Commission on Judicial Conduct is a judicial disciplinary agency in Washington.[1]

Organization

The Commission is made up of eleven members: three state judges, two attorneys and six members of the public. The judges are selected by the courts (one by the Washington Court of Appeals, one by the Washington Superior Court, and one by other courts of limited jurisdiction), the lawyers by the State Bar Association, and the members of the public by the Governor. There are also eleven alternate members. Members have four-year terms.[2]

Regulating laws

Contact information

State of Washington
Commission on Judicial Conduct
P.O. Box 1817
Olympia, WA 98507
Phone: (360) 753-4585
Fax: (360) 586-2918 Email: cjc@cjc.state.wa.us

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