Washington Supreme Court Justices Sworn In

The Washington Courts announced that three justices were sworn in this morning at 9:30 am to begin serving their new six-year terms of office on the Washington State Supreme Court. Sworn in at the Temple of Justice in Olympia were Justices Charles W. Johnson, Mary Fairhurst and Debra L. Stephens.

Gerry Alexander was sworn in as the Chief Justice. Alexander is the longest serving Chief Justice in Washington State history and he was reelected by a unanimous vote by his fellow justices.

The Associate Chief Justice is Charles Johnson who was a classmate of Herbert G. Farber, founder of The Farber Law Group, at Seattle University School of Law.

Mr. Farber congratulates these fine jurists on their new terms.

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