Office of the Presiding Judge King County District Court W-1034 King County Courthouse Seattle, WA 98104 Phone: 206-205-9200 Fax: 206-296-0596 kcdc.webmaster @kingcounty.gov
Warrants can be issued in any division of the King County District Court. If you know that a warrant has been issued for your arrest and you wish to take care of it, follow the procedures below for the division where the case has been filed. In all cases, you must appear in person to take care of the warrant. This cannot be done over the telephone.
City of Auburn warrant walk in calendar will be Wednesdays at 1:30 PM in Courtroom 1. The cutoff time for these calendars is Tuesday at 4:30 PM.
City of Covington warrant walk-in calendar will be the first, second and third Wednesdays at 2:30 PM in Courtroom 1. The cutoff time for these calendar is Tuesday at 4:30 PM.The calendar starts at 2:00 PM the fourth Wednesday of each month.
Defendants must appear in person at Bellevue Division to sign up for the 10:00 am Tuesday or 10:00 am Thursday walk-in calendars no later than 1:00 pm Monday or Wednesday. In the event Monday is a holiday, defendants must appear no later than 1:00 pm Friday. The Bellevue Walk in Calendar is held at the end of the regularly scheduled 8:45 am calendar. There is no calendar during Jury Week, the third full week of every month.
Individuals with State or County cases filed in Burien Courthouse with outstanding warrants, wishing to be heard on a warrant walk-in calendar must apply in person at the division during normal working hours. Upon review of the case, a hearing will be scheduled. City of Burien warrants The Judge will see the first 5 people on a walk-in basis that check in on Tuesdays and Fridays from 8:30 AM to 9:00 AM.
The Warrant Walk-In calendar is heard daily, Monday thru Friday, at 1:00PM at the Redmond Courthouse. Persons interested in appearing must sign up at the Redmond Courthouse no later than 11:00AM to be heard at 1:00PM, same day.
Warrant walk-in calendars are held daily at 2:00 p.m. The defendant must appear at the clerk’s office (E-327) prior to 11:00 a.m. to be heard the same day.
Felony expedited warrants are not quashed on a bench warrant calendar. The defendant must appear at the clerk’s office (E-327) for a new court date. The warrant will remain outstanding and will be addressed when the defendant appears at his/her hearing.
Defendants are to appear at the front counter in room 1A during business hours. Defendants must appear by noon on Thursday to be calendared for the MRJC Friday bench warrant calendar. Defendants are screened by OPD before leaving the courthouse.