Not Particularly Painful
Judge to Judges
The Prosecutor Attorneys Office, “represents us and generally the process is not particularly painful as most lawsuits by disgruntled litigants or public-records requesters get resolved by a motion to dismiss.” Judge Susan Craighead
- The wicked pleasure of the protected class.
- No wonder judges are so pro-prosecutor.
- We really think anyone is getting a fair trial?
No wonder King County Prosecutor David Seaver sent a message to the appellet court that if they didn’t give Satterberg’s office what he wanted judges would not be protected.6