Access to Court Records Request
Access to Court Records Request forms are available at the clerk’s window at the court or by clicking here.
Requests for discovery are directed to the Office of the Prosecuting Attorney:
16521 13th Ave W., Suite 107
Lynnwood, WA 98037
For traffic infraction matters, discovery will be provided pursuant to the Infraction Rules for Courts of Limited Jurisdiction 3.1. For criminal matters, discovery will be provided pursuant to the Criminal Rules for Courts of Limited Jurisdiction CrRLJ 4.7.
Your discovery request must be in writing and should contain the following information:
- Your full name.
- Your case number.
- The address where discovery is to be mailed to you.
- What discovery materials you are requesting.
- The date of your request.
- Your signature.
- A self-addressed envelope with at least 60 cents postage affixed.
Upon receipt of your written discovery request, the Office of the Prosecuting Attorney will mail discovery to the address you have provided. Please allow 14 days for receipt of requested infraction discovery materials and 21 days for discovery in criminal matters. The prosecutor’s office is not able to provide discovery the same day it is requested.