Court filings for 2013 are down from previous year

May 13, 2014

Domestic violence cases marked the greatest increase in Issaquah’s decreased number of court cases in 2013.

In his annual presentation to the City Council, Judge Scott Stewart laid out what cases came before the local court in his state of the court address April 7.

“Domestic violence cases are up slightly,” Stewart said at the meeting. “And we’re seeing a number of different computer crimes charges.”

By Greg Farrar N. Scott Stewart, judge for Issaquah Municipal Court, presents the state of the court  year in review address to the City Council and members of the public April 7 in council chambers.

By Greg Farrar
N. Scott Stewart, judge for Issaquah Municipal Court, presents the state of the court year in review address to the City Council and members of the public April 7 in council chambers.

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New mayor, council members sworn into office

January 16, 2014

NEW — 6 a.m. Jan. 16, 2014

Issaquah Municipal Court Judge Scott Stewart swore in Issaquah’s new mayor and four new City Council members Jan. 6.

During the first regular City Council meeting of 2014, Stewart offered congratulations to the line of those he led into office.

Mayor Fred Butler and councilmembers Eileen Barber, Stacy Goodman, Tola Marts and Mary Lou Pauly all took the oath of office.

By Greg Farrar Fred Butler (left) thanks Issaquah Municipal Court Judge N. Scott Stewart with a handshake after being ceremonially sworn in at the Jan. 6 City Council meeting as the new mayor.

By Greg Farrar
Fred Butler (left) thanks Issaquah Municipal Court Judge N. Scott Stewart with a handshake after being sworn in at the Jan. 6 City Council meeting as the new mayor.

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