What US Supreme Court case declared the blanket primary illegal?
In 2000 the Supreme Court of the United States struck down California’s blanket primary in California Democratic Party v. Jones. Similar systems used by Washington and Alaska were also struck down in subsequent Supreme Court cases.
What is the minimum wage in Pierce County?
How much does a Washington State Superior Court Judge make?
|Position||Current Salary||Salary Effective 7/1/2022|
|Supreme Court Justices||220,320||224,176|
|Court of Appeals Judges||209,730||213,400|
|Superior Court Judges||199,675||203,169|
|District Court Judges||190,120||193,447|
Is a judge and a commissioner the same?
A Judge has been screened for qualifications, and appointed by the Governor. A commissioner is appointed by the courts and often do not have the experience that a judge has. You have to agree to have a commissioner hear your case.
What’s the difference between a judge and a magistrate judge?
Magistrates have fewer and more limited powers than judges. They can hear different types of cases. Judges generally hear larger, more complex cases while magistrates hear smaller matters such as petty crime and traffic offenses. Magistrates have a smaller area of jurisdiction such as a city or county.
What is a judge pro tem?
Accordingly, a “judge pro tem” refers to someone who has been a lawyer for at least 10 years and is trained to hear and decide small claims cases. The person temporarily serves in place of a regular judge.
How do you address a judge pro tem?
Judge’ or “Judge (Name)’ is iinproper.” Obey this rulemany judges take umbrage at being addressed improperly. as judges pro tempore, Commissioners are generally addressed as “judge” as an appro- priate sign of respect.
What is a temporary judge called?
A “Court-appointed Temporary Judge” is an attorney who has satisfied the requirements for appointment listed in California Rules of Court 2.812, and has been appointed by the Court to serve as a Temporary Judge. Temporary Judges will serve in the areas of Traffic, Small Claims and Unlawful Detainer (UD) Settlements.