Healthy and Safe Communities
Strategy: Administer Justice
Agency: 045 - Supreme Court
A001 - Adjudication for State Courts
The Supreme Court is the final rule-making body for all other state courts. It administers the state court system and supervises certain activities of the Washington State Bar Association, including attorney discipline. The Court hears and rules upon cases argued on the appeal calendar, and reviews all cases in which the death penalty has been imposed.
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To continue providing for the prompt and orderly administration of justice in the state, and to rule on essues properly brought before it. To accomplish these goals, the court decides cases, publishes opinions, adopts rules of procedure, and provides continuing guidance for the judiciary.