King Cnty. v. Sorensen, 200 Wn.2d 252, 264, 516 P.3d 388 (2022) (dismissing King County’s petition for a writ of a mandamus to compel a trial court judge to turn over court reporters’ backup audiotapes because the County failed to sufficiently demonstrate why the Supreme Court should grant the extraordinary remedy of a writ of mandamus); see also id. at 263 (holding that a superior court presiding judge is not the proper subject of a writ of mandamus to turn over audiotapes or other records under GR 31 or GR 31.1 and that King County has a plain, speedy, adequate remedy that precludes issuing a writ of mandamus).
Slip Opinion, King Cnty. v. Sorensen, 200 Wn.2d 252, 264, 516 P.3d 388 (2022) at *1.
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Posted May 31, 2023