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State of Washington, King County Prosecuting Attorney's Office - Seattle, WA

King County Courthouse, Room W554516 Third Avenue Seattle, WA 98104 - 2362

Updated: 09/21/2016



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King County Courthouse, Room W554516 Third Avenue Seattle, WA 98104 - 2362

Other Offices

King County Civil Division Library 3C W552 King County Cthse 516 3rd Ave Seattle, WA 98104 - 2312 (206) 296-8937

King County Prosecutors Office Juvenile Section 1211 E Alder Seattle, WA 98122

King County Prosecuting Attorney Suite 900 500 4th Ave Seattle, WA 98104 - 2316

King County Prosecuting Attys Off. Fraud Division 900 4th Ave Ste 1002 Seattle, WA 98164 - 1001 (206) 296-9020

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