Category Archives: Appeals

Judge Posner and the People — The internet.

The current issue of the American Bar Association Journal has a story about Judge Richard Poster and some of his fellow judges on the 7th Circuit Court. The issue is internet research by a judge on the case.  Here’s one quote … Continue reading

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Washington School Funding Case — Order to Show Cause

In the McCleary v. State K-12 School Funding case the Supreme Court has ordered the state to show cause why it should not be held in contempt for failing to comply with the order of the court.  The hearing is … Continue reading

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Civil Appeals in Washington

A good article about the Washington Civil Appeal process is one published by David Corbett, a Seattle attorney. Questions and Answers about Civil Appeals in the Washington State Court of Appeals. It can be obtained here.

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Taxpayer Standing in Washington

What standing is necessary for a taxpayer to bring an action questioning legality of an action by Washington municipal entity? There should be no confusion about this, but there is. Some assert that a taxpayer must show that it pays … Continue reading

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