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  • How to Appeal a Denial Of Unemployment to Superior Court

    This explains Superior court review of an administrative decision relating to unemployment benefits. If you lose your claim at the administrative hearing, you have another level of administrative review. It is called a “Petition for Review.” #7602EN Read More

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    Unemployment Law Project

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  • How to Represent Yourself at an Unemployment Benefits Hearing

    If you have been denied unemployment compensation benefits, you have a right to appeal. If you have been allowed benefits, your former employer has the same right to appeal. If either you or your employer appeals, you will have a hearing with an administrative law judge. This explains how to represent yourself at the hearing. #7600EN Read More

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    Unemployment Law Project
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  • Video - Myths and Misperceptions About the Washington Courts

    A video from Washington's judicial branch challenges some mistaken ideas about how courts work by using real person-on-the-street interviews and responses from judges and justices. Read More

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    Washington Courts
  • Washington Court Rules

    State and local court rules for Washington. Content Detail

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    Administrative Office of the Courts
  • What are Working Copies?

    When you “file” documents with a court, you give the court documents for processing. Often you also need to give a court “working copies” of the same documents. The judge or commissioner will use these extra copies to prepare for your case. That way the court does not need to make copies itself. #9952EN Read More

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    Northwest Justice Project

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