SEQUIM — The rules were a little different Wednesday for state Court of Appeals proceedings.
As high school students filed in and out of a makeshift courtroom, the court’s three-judge panel continued to hear cases on the day’s docket with only a few please-be-quiets amid the rustling of jackets and notebooks.
The judges from the state’s Division 2 Court of Appeals held court in the Sequim High School auditorium as part of an ongoing effort to open the court to Western Washington communities.
“Particularly, we like coming to high schools,” Chief Judge J. Robin Hunt told an audience of close to 100 students Wednesday afternoon.
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