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For Tacoma Municipal Court go to the City Attorney's office located on the 4th floor of the CCB. Defendants and spectators' parking will not be validated.
DAC WITNESSES ARE NOT VALIDATED FOR THEIR PARKING, they receive a witness fee and mileage only.
They should contact their attorney. They are required to appear. If they do not appear, a warrant may be issued.
Administration has a webpage which will give the names and phone numbers of all Superior Court Judges and Commissioners that perform weddings. They will need to contact the judge directly in order to set the date and find out what the fee is. This number is extension 253-798-5463, this is an inside line only. A Marriage Ceremony Providers list is posted on the web and can also be picked up in Room 334.
Check the public monitors on the first and second floors for the assigned courtroom number. The trial may still be assigned to the Criminal Division Presiding Judge (CDPJ). You may need to go to Courtroom 250 to see if/when the case is assigned to another courtroom for trial.
Animal Licenses: Auditor’s Office at the Pierce County Annex (253) 798-7427, Option 3
Against a Guardian ad Litem: Completed case: The individual must be a party to the case in order to file a complaint. Using the form available in Room 334, file the completed form and any supporting documents to the Calendar Coordinator in Room 334. The complaint will be reviewed by the GAL Committee. Open case: complaints that arise during the case should be addressed by the Commissioner or Judge hearing the case.
Against an Attorney: Direct any complaint against an attorney to: Washington State Bar Association 2101 Fourth Avenue, Suite 400 Seattle, WA 98121-2330 (206) 727-8208 (800) 945-9722
Court Commissioners/Pro-tem Commissioners: Originals are filed with the Clerk’s Office, Room 110
Name changes are completed by Pierce County District Court, Room 239 of the County City Building. Forms can also be completed on their website.
For a transcript from a Commissioner hearing, go to Room 110 to request a copy of the disc. Requests for a transcript from a Judicial Department must be made through the Court Reporter. If that reporter is no longer with the court, the request can be made through Superior Court Administration.
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