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   PAO Service Changes
  • Adult felony criminal jury trials have resumed, however, ramp up is slow. If you have received a subpoena, please contact the attorney or paralegal who issued the subpoena before coming to court. If you have a fever (over 100.4), cough, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell, head or muscle aches, nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, or shortness of breath or if someone in your household has had close, unprotected contact with a suspected or known COVID-19 patient within the last 14 days, do not come to court. Contact the attorney or paralegal who issued your subpoena immediately.

  • No in-person protection order intakes are currently being accepted. If you would like to petition for a Civil Protection Order, please review the following document:
    Remote Protection Order Filing Instructions (English)
    Proceso de presentación remota de la orden de protección (En español)
WARNING: Prosecutor's Office Phone Scam Reported

Telephone calls have been received that appear to be coming from the King County Prosecuting Attorney's phone number: (206) 296-9000.

The caller has identified himself/herself as a special prosecutor or from the Court, claims the receiver is under investigation or has an outstanding warrant, and attempts to extort money.

This is a scam. Please hang-up and treat the call as you would any unauthorized, fraudulent request.

The Prosecutor's Office does not accept payments or collect funds over the phone.



King County Prosecutor
Leesa Manion (she/her)


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