Wahkiakum County Superior Court
Public Access to Court Proceedings
Click here to read December 3rd, 2020 Press Release
The Washington State Constitution requires all courts to provide public access to court proceedings. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and to accommodate the requirement of social distancing, all court proceedings will be streamed live via YouTube.
The Court signed an Administrative Order 2021-1 on 1/4/2021 that can be viewed here.
Only active parties on a case may appear via Zoom for hearings. If you are wanting to view the proceedings as a spectator, the hearing can be viewed on our YouTube Channel.
At this time, the only in-person appearances will be criminal matters that are set for change of plea and sentencing. All other matters will be held virtually via our Zoom conference.
Our court screens Zoom participants before allowing anyone into the call. Please check in 15-20 minutes early and rename yourself so that court administration can swiftly check you in and keep the dockets running smoothly.
You will wait in a virtual waiting room until you are let in to the call. When you join the Zoom hearing please be sure to connect with computer audio. Please also make sure you have a strong WIFI connection and video capabilities so that the court can properly see and hear you.
OR go to zoom.us/join and enter the
Meeting ID: 819 2163 0441
Call in on cell or landline 1-253-215-8782, enter pin# when prompted 81921630441
You will enter a waiting room until the court checks you in for your hearing.
Any other Court proceedings or hearing dates not scheduled on a regular Superior Court Docket day can be viewed here.
For any questions regarding a specific hearing date or time, please contact the County Clerk’s office at 360.795.3558
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