RULES OF COURTSTATE SUPREME COURT
November 6, 2003
|IN THE MATTER OF THE
ADOPTION OF THE AMENDMENT
TO DRJ 14(e)
The Board for Judicial Administration having recommended
the adoption of the proposed amendment to DRJ 14(e), and the
Court having determined that the proposed amendment will aid
in the prompt and orderly administration of justice and
further determined that an emergency exists which necessitates
an early adoption;
Now, therefore, it is hereby
(a) That the amendment as attached hereto is adopted.
(b) That pursuant to the emergency provisions of GR 9(i),
the amendment will be published expeditiously and become
effective upon publication.
DATED at Olympia, Washington this 6th day of November
|| Alexander, C.J.
| Johnson, J.
|| Bridge, J.
| Madsen, J.
|| Chambers, J.
| Sanders, J.
|| Owens, J.
| Ireland, J.
|| Fairhurst, J.
(e) Confidential and Privileged Communications.
Confidential communication between a judicial officer and peer
Counselors of the Judicial Assistance Committee of the
Superior Court Judges' Association or the District and
Municipal Court Judges' Association or the LAP (Lawyers
Assistance Program of the Washington State Bar Association)
shall be privileged against disclosure without the consent of
the judicial officer to the same extent and subject to the
same conditions as confidential communication between a client
© Washington State Code Reviser's Office