Vincent C. Jarus and Alexis M. Altmaier, both of Spokane.
Michael D. Proudfoot and Sophia A. Welch, both of Rigby, Idaho.
Spenser A. Rassier and Danielle M. Slagle, both of Cheney.
Jose D. Hernandez and Kayla E. Hildesheim, both of Spokane Valley.
Elliott G. Shibley and Leslie A. Nichols, both of Spokane Valley.
Trevor J. Stratton and Randall E. Tabor, both of Spokane.
Kelsey J. Landreth and Joel M. Doughty, both of Spokane.
Miguel A. Serrano and Maria D. Romo, both of Mead.
Phillip M. Amos and Alicia M. Tinker, both of Spokane.
Scott A. Terry and Christine L. J. Keene, both of Spokane.
Stephen A. Buckmaster and Kathleen M. Buckmaster, both of Spokane.
Samuel J. Brown and Gabrielle M. Melendrez, both of Spokane.
Jordan R. Walker and Frances E. May, both of Spokane.
In the courts
Beverly Gerrard v. Housing and Urban Development, et al., complaint for asbestos and fiberglass exposure, landlord violations and fair housing, clean air and building code violations and slander.
Avalon Care Center at Northpointe v. Harriet I. Brewer, complaint for breach of contract, attorney’s fees, costs and other relief.
American Contractors Indemnity Company v. Gary L. Sander, complaint.
Wells Fargo Bank N.A. v. Nathaniel T. Newcomb, complaint.
Mark A. Langlois v. Hazzard Fab Worx LLC, verified complaint.
Grapetree Mixed Use LLC v. Brooke M. Cloninger DDS Inc., complaint for damages.
Don Kiner, eta l. v. Quality Loan Servicing Corporation of Washington, et al., complaint for breach of contract, rescission, injunctive relief and violation of Washington Consumer Protection Act.
David A. Schoenfeld v. Melody Lyons, et al., restitution of premises.
Marcus King v. Lesa Eggleston, restitution of premises.
Tammy L. Pederson v. Pacific Northwest White Cloud Inc., et al., complaint for damages and demand for jury trial.
Marriage dissolutions granted
Mercer, Delana M. and James W.
Cottrell, Jerrie L. and Darrell S.
Orozco, Vanessa and Nelson, Anthony M.
Eilerman, Matthew C. and Salazar, Margarita
Judge Tony D. Hazel
Dusty D. Diebel, 39; 75 days in jail with credit given for 75 days served, 24 months probation, after being found guilty of fourth-degree assault-domestic violence.
Judge Charnelle M. Bjelkengren
Anthony L. Williams, 60; 20 months in a prison-based alternative, 20 months probation, after pleading guilty to two counts of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver and six counts of delivery of a controlled substance.
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