Judge Marshall Ferguson
c/o King County Superior Court
516 3rd Ave, Room C-203
Seattle, WA 98104
Courtroom Number: E-713
Bailiff: Kiese Wilburn
For the fastest response, please contact the bailiff through email. It may take a bit longer to respond to a voice mail. Please refer to the court's email policy when contacting the court. Superior Court Email Policy.
- Visit this webpage before contacting the court.
- Read the Superior Court Email Policy.
- Get instructions for submitting Working Papers.
- Litigants without counsel may find the following legal resources helpful: Legal Links & Resources and Family Law Facilitator Program.
Parties must comply with all the requirements of KCLR 7 when setting motions without oral argument. Please provide a copy of all proposed orders in Word format to the Court by emailing them to the bailiff.
Copies of signed orders will be delivered to counsel or the parties electronically if email addresses have been provided to the Court. If no email address is available for an attorney or a party, please provide preaddressed, stamped envelopes to the Court for its use in sending the order by mail.
Dispositive Motions and Hearing Requests
Oral argument on motions is generally scheduled for Friday mornings. Requests for hearing dates are accepted by emailing or telephoning the bailiff.
Electronic Working Copies
Please deliver paper copies of the working copies to the Judges’ Mailroom C-203.
The Estimate of Witness Examination is required in any trial expected to last longer than ten trial days.
Prior to Appearing in Judge Ferguson's Court for Hearings or Trial
If you anticipate the need to use videos, PowerPoint, ELMO, or even easels, you should visit the courtroom before your hearing or trial to plan your set-up in a manner that will be most efficient and effective. Please discuss your needs with the bailiff and do not assume that the court will have any particular equipment available for your use.
Motions to Shorten Time
When a party wishes to request that the court consider a motion on shortened time, the underlying motion must be noted in the regular course, and a separate motion to shorten time submitted as well. Until and unless the court grants the motion to shorten time, all responses and replies should be submitted as though the motion is to be considered in the normal course.