Chapter 35.20 RCW

MUNICIPAL COURTS—CITIES OVER FOUR HUNDRED THOUSAND

Sections
Municipal court establishedTermination of courtAgreement covering costs of handling resulting criminal casesArbitrationNotice.
SessionsJudges may act as magistratesNight court.
JurisdictionMaximum penalties for criminal violationsReviewCosts.
Trial by juryJuror's fees.
Departments of courtJurisdiction and venuePresiding judgeCosts of election.
Court administrator.
Seal of courtExtent of process.
Expenses of court.
Director of traffic violations.
Monthly meeting of judgesRules and regulations of court.
Election of judgesVacancies.
Municipal court commissionersAppointment, powers.
Judges' salaries.
Qualifications of judgesPractice of law prohibited.
Judicial officersDisqualification.
Judges' oath of office, official bonds.
Additional judge.
Judges pro tempore.
Judicial officersHearing examiner.
Clerks of court.
Powers and duties of chief clerkRemittance by city treasurerInterestDisposition.
Director of probation servicesProbation officersBailiffs.
First judgesTransfer of equipment.
Concurrent jurisdiction with superior court and district court.
Deferral or suspension of sentencesProbationMaximum termTransfer to another state.
SentencingCrimes against propertyCriminal history check.
SubpoenasWitness fees.
Service of criminal and civil processJurisdictionCosts.
City trial court improvement accountContribution by city to accountUse of funds.
Construction of other laws.
Severability1969 ex.s. c 147.
NOTES:
Rules of court: See Rules for Appeal of Decisions of Courts of Limited Jurisdiction (RALJ).
Courts of limited jurisdiction: Title 3 RCW.
Courts of record: Title 2 RCW.
Rights of accused: State Constitution Art. 1 § 22 (Amendment 10).