Judge Mary E. Roberts
c/o King County Superior Court
516 3rd Ave, Room C-203
Seattle, WA 98104
Courtroom Number: E-912
Bailiff: Lisa Tran
Assignment: Assistant Presiding Judge
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Parties must comply with all the requirements of KCLR 7 when setting motions without oral argument. Please provide a copy of all proposed orders that conform to CR 56(h) and RAP 9.12, i.e., in Word format to the Court by electronic working copies.
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
Judge Roberts prefers to receive electronic working copies submitted to the Clerk using the Clerk’s eFiling Application pursuant to LGR 30(b)(4)(A)(iii). Please do not email any working copies directly to the Court or to her law clerk/bailiff without prior permission.
Copies of Non-Washington Authority Not Necessary
LCR 7(b)(5)(B)(v) requires that “copies of all cited non-Washington authorities upon which parties place substantial reliance shall be provided to the hearing judge….” Judge Roberts does not require parties to comply with this requirement.
The Estimate of Witness Examination is required in any trial expected to last longer than four (5-hour) trial days.
Court's Voir Dire Procedures and General Voir Dire Questions
Please review Judge Roberts' general voir dire questions for civil and criminal cases: