Courthouse Security under Scrutiny January 1, 2018| in General January 2018 Bar Bulletin By Judge James E. Rogers Front page, The Seattle Times, July 12: “Judges, citing sanitary, safety issues, call for cleanup around courthouse. Jurors, Workers attacked; sidewalks reek: ‘I’ve never seen it this bad.’” For years, the Third Avenue side of the King County Courthouse had been deteriorating. Many of us who work there and walk there daily had grown so used to the smell, the verbal abuse, the drug dealing, the intoxication and the screaming that we simply tuned it out. I’ve been walking it for 22 years. Jurors from all parts of King County have a different reaction — they are horrified. We judges know, because we hear... CURRENT MEMBER? SIGN IN TO VIEW THE REST OF THIS ARTICLE NOT A MEMBER? JOIN KCBA!