Chapter 2.28 RCW



HTMLPDF 2.28.010Powers of courts in conduct of judicial proceedings.
HTMLPDF 2.28.020ContemptPunishment.
HTMLPDF 2.28.030Judicial officer definedWhen disqualified.
HTMLPDF 2.28.040May act as attorney, when.
HTMLPDF 2.28.050Judge distinguished from court.
HTMLPDF 2.28.060Judicial officersPowers.
HTMLPDF 2.28.070ContemptJudicial officer may punish.
HTMLPDF 2.28.080Powers of judges of supreme and superior courts.
HTMLPDF 2.28.090Powers of inferior judicial officers.
HTMLPDF 2.28.100Legal holidaysNo courtExceptions.
HTMLPDF 2.28.110Legal holidaySitting deemed adjourned.
HTMLPDF 2.28.120Proceedings may be adjourned from time to time.
HTMLPDF 2.28.130Proceeding not to fail for want of judge or session of court.
HTMLPDF 2.28.139County to furnish courthouse.
HTMLPDF 2.28.140Court rooms.
HTMLPDF 2.28.141County commissioners to provide temporary quarters.
HTMLPDF 2.28.150Implied powersProceeding when mode not prescribed.
HTMLPDF 2.28.160Judge pro temporeCompensationReimbursement for subsistence, lodging and travel expensesAffidavit to court.
HTMLPDF 2.28.200Signage concerning assaults in court facilities during court proceedings.
HTMLPDF 2.28.210Court consultation of judicial information systemDisclosure to parties.
HTMLPDF 2.28.300DefinitionsImmigration enforcement and civil arrests.
HTMLPDF 2.28.310Immigration and citizenship informationFederal immigration authorities.
HTMLPDF 2.28.320Law enforcement actions in court facilitiesCompletion of information formNotice to court staff.
HTMLPDF 2.28.330Privilege from civil arrestCourt facilities.
HTMLPDF 2.28.340Applicability of courts open to all act.


Justice without unnecessary delay: State Constitution Art. 1 § 10.