Chapter 3.74 RCW

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3.74.010District judges to be members of state retirement system.
3.74.020Full time district judges ineligible for any other office or public employment than judicial.
3.74.030Mandatory retirement for district judges.
3.74.900Transfer of proceedings1961 c 299.
3.74.940Validation1991 c 363; 1965 ex.s. c 110.


District judges to be members of state retirement system.

All district judges under chapters 3.30 through 3.74 RCW shall remain members of the state retirement system.

NOTES:

Court Improvement Act of 1984Effective datesSeverabilityShort title1984 c 258: See notes following RCW 3.30.010.



Full time district judges ineligible for any other office or public employment than judicial.

The full time judges of the district court shall be ineligible to any other office, or public employment than a judicial office or employment during the term for which they shall have been elected.

NOTES:

Court Improvement Act of 1984Effective datesSeverabilityShort title1984 c 258: See notes following RCW 3.30.010.



Mandatory retirement for district judges.

A district judge shall retire from judicial office at the expiration of the judge's term of office in which he or she has attained the age of seventy-five years. This provision shall not affect the term to which any such judge shall have been elected or appointed prior to August 11, 1969.

NOTES:

Court Improvement Act of 1984Effective datesSeverabilityShort title1984 c 258: See notes following RCW 3.30.010.



Transfer of proceedings1961 c 299.

All cases, proceedings and matters pending before justice courts, police courts, municipal courts and night courts shall be transferred to the appropriate court established by chapters 3.30 through 3.74 RCW, together with all files, records and proceedings relating to such cases. Chapters 3.30 through 3.74 RCW shall not affect any appeal from any municipal court, police court, justice court or night court, but such appeal shall be conducted and concluded as if chapters 3.30 through 3.74 RCW had not been enacted, except that if remanded from the superior court the superseding court shall have the authority and power to forfeit bail or bond or impose sentence thereon.



Validation1991 c 363; 1965 ex.s. c 110.

Any prior action by the legislative authority of any county with a population of less than two hundred ten thousand to make the provisions of chapters 3.30 through 3.74 RCW applicable to their county and the organization of any justice court as a result thereof, and all other things and proceedings done or taken by such county or by their respective officers acting under or in pursuance to such prior action and organization are hereby declared legal and valid and of full force and effect.

NOTES:

PurposeCaptions not law1991 c 363: See notes following RCW 2.32.180.