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Spokane County District Court
Public Safety Building
1100 W Mallon Avenue, PO Box 2352
Spokane County District Court also handles municipal court functions for Deer Park, Fairfield, Latah, Liberty Lake, Millwood, Rockford, Spangle, and Spokane Valley.
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Online Court Resources
Resources for the Spokane County District Court as well as online resources applicable to courts generally in Spokane County, Washington, and resources applicable to all courts in Washington.
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Criminal History Records
View instructions for obtaining a criminal history record (background check) from the Washington State Patrol, online or by printed form. Fees apply.
Superior, District, and Municipal Court Case Records
Under "Search for a case" click "Case Search Options" to search Washington Superior, District, and Municipal Court case records by name, court, case type, and year filed; or by case number and court. Under "Search for a person" click "Name Search" to search all courts by person name only; click "Licensed Health Facility Search" to view an alphabetical list of people with active Vulnerable Adult Protection Orders with their associated case number and court.
Dockets, calendars, and other information about court cases
District and Municipal Court Dates
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Published opinions and orders
Attorney General Legal Opinions
Search Washington Attorney General legal opinions from 1949 to present by keyword, year, or topic. Links to pending opinions are also available.
Forms and related information
View and download forms for use in Washington courts. Browse forms by category, or view a list of all forms. Links are provided to instructions, forms in additional languages, and available legal assistance.
Online Self-Help Forms
Complete Washington court forms using an interactive interview process. Completed forms can be saved and printed.
Self help, legal research, general information
Spokane County DUI Court
View information about Spokane County DUI Intensive Supervision Therapeutic Court, a program of District Court that can set up treatment in lieu of incarceration for some DUI offenders.
Spokane County Law Library
View information about the Spokane County Law Library, including location, hours, available services and materials, an online catalog, and links to additional online research resources.
Spokane County Mental Health Court
View information about the Spokane County Mental Health Therapeutic Court, a program of District Court that can set up treatment in lieu of incarceration for some misdemeanor offenders with mental health problems. A link to the defendant handbook is included.
Spokane County Veterans Court
View information about Spokane County Veterans Enhanced Treatment Court, a program of District Court that can set up treatment in lieu of incarceration for some veterans with mental health and/or substance abuse problems who are charged with misdemeanors or gross misdemeanors.
View statewide court rules and Superior, District, and Municipal Court local rules.
Crime Victims' Compensation
View information about Washington's Crime Victims Compensation Program, which can provide financial compensation for victims of violent crime who have suffered bodily injury and/or severe emotional distress. Links to forms and publications are included.
Dispute Resolution Resources
View information about Washington State Dispute Resolution Centers, which provide mediation services to help parties resolve disputes without going to court.
Domestic Violence Information
View information about legal protection from domestic violence, harassment, and abuse. Types of protection orders, the protection order process, safety planning, guidelines for protection orders, and address confidentiality are detailed. Links are under "Helpful Information" in the left column.
Domestic Violence Resources
Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence offers statewide information and assistance to victims of domestic violence.
Legal Information for Women
Legal Voice provides information, resources, and publications focusing on women's legal rights, including family law, health and reproductive rights, discrimination, and gender-based violence.
View and download guides for self-represented parties in Superior Court civil proceedings, District Court, and Municipal Courts, available in English and Spanish. Additional resources are provided as well.
View information about therapeutic or problem solving court programs in Washington, including Adult and Juvenile Drug Courts, Family Treatment Court, DUI Court, Domestic Violence Court, Mental Health Court, and Veterans Treatment Court. These courts can set up treatment in lieu of incarceration for some offenders with substance abuse and mental health problems.
The Washington Office of the Attorney General provides information about consumer issues such as fraud, scams, disputes with companies, mediation and arbitration, court procedure, worker rights, and complaint filings. Links to other agencies are provided for resolution of specific issues.
Court and Legal Answers
The Washington eService Center offers a searchable database of answers to questions about the court system, procedure, records, research resources, legal assistance and other law-related subjects.
Court Resources, Publications, and Reports
View and download publications and reports by the Washington court system on various legal topics, such as juvenile and family law, small claims, and court record access.
Legal Information and Self-Help Resources
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Native Americans, immigration, civil rights, veterans, and more.
Motor Vehicle Information
The Washington State Department of Licensing offers information about driver licenses, registration, records, suspension, and reinstatement.
Self-Help Resources and Links
View information about Washington courts and related judicial resources, including an index of available self-help pages on the state courts website. Links to the certified court interpreter program, domestic violence resources, an introduction to Small Claims Court, a citizen's guide to the state court system, and a brochure about court records access are provided.
The Washington Office of the Attorney General offers information about fraudulent schemes targeting seniors, abuse of vulnerable adults, and end of life guidance.
State Court Guide
View a guide to Washington courts, types of cases, procedures, and judicial discipline; download the guide in English or Spanish.
State Law Library
View information about the Washington State Law Library, including location, hours, and services, including an online catalog, available materials, an online "Ask a Librarian" feature, and links to online legal research resources.
Search the Revised Code of Washington by keyword or citation, or browse the table of contents codes by title, chapter, and section.
Legal aid, free services, lawyer referral
Spokane County Lawyer Referral
The Spokane County Bar Association offers an online lawyer referral service by area of law and specific legal issue.
Spokane County Public Defender
View information Spokane County Public Defender's Office, which provides legal representation to indigent defendants facing possible incarceration, indigent parties facing civil mental health commitments, and indigent parents and juveniles in some juvenile court proceedings.
Spokane County Victim/Witness Help
The Spokane County Prosecuting Attorney's Victim-Witness Unit provides crime victims and witnesses with information about victims' rights and court procedure, court accompaniment, case status notification, and assistance with victims' compensation, victim impact statements, and restitution. Links to additional information are in the left column.
Eastern Washington Legal Assistance
The Spokane County Bar Association Volunteer Lawyers Program provides free civil legal assistance to income-eligible and senior residents of Adams, Ferry, Grant, Lincoln, Pend Oreille, Spokane, Stevens, and Whitman Counties.
Free Civil Legal Help
Northwest Justice Project provides free civil legal assistance to income-eligible parties, information about types of cases handled, and video information about various legal topics. Applications are taken by telephone or online form submission.
Public Defender Offices
View a list of Washington public defender offices by county, with contact information and links to websites. Public Defenders provide free legal representation to indigent defendants facing possible incarceration, indigent parties facing civil mental health commitment, and indigent parents and juveniles in some juvenile court proceedings.
Complaints About Judges
View instructions for filing a complaint about a Washington judge. Additional information is provided, including the link to file online and the complaint form.
Complaints About Lawyers
View instructions for filing a complaint against a Washington lawyer or requesting assistance to resolve a dispute with your lawyer. Complaints may be filed online or by downloadable form to be mailed in hard copy.
Free and Low-Cost Legal Assistance
Search a directory of organizations offering free and low-cost legal assistance by location and legal issue, or view the alphabetical directory. Links to the organizations are provided.
Search the Washington State Bar Association directory of member attorneys by name, location, status, area of practice, and languages spoken.
Lawyer Discipline Notices
Search the Washington State Bar Association database of lawyer discipline notices by name, keyword, action type, and effective date.
Lawyer Referral and Legal Assistance
The Washington State Bar Association offers links to lawyer referral services by county, information about organizations providing free and low-cost legal services, and a Moderate Means Program that refers income-eligible parties to lawyers who offer reduced rates.