Corbyn T. H. Ziemer McConahy and Standish M. Sanders, both of Spokane.
Skyler L. S. Gobble and Rylee M. Harlan, both of Spokane.
Brandon M. Sheard and Stephanie R. Bilte, both of Spokane.
Brandon S. L. Belloir and Dallas K. Jones, both of Spokane Valley.
Kyle P. Briscoe and Megan C. O’Leary, both of Spokane.
Clarence J. Banik and Roxanne J. O’Connor, both of Spokane.
Ryan C. Kyle and Courtney N. Johnson, both of Liberty Lake.
Kyle A. Frawley and Jaime M. Mallgren, both of Spokane.
Lynne Koehler and Mary A. Meinecke, both of Spokane.
Etienne J. G. Mandeville and Christine K. Tran, both of Spokane.
John I. Busherd and Atziri A. J. Romo, both of Spokane Valley.
Zachary S. McLain and Abrienna L. Skaife, both of Spokane.
Robert M. Stephens and Stephenie R. Hines, both of Spokane.
Jacob M. Winkler, of Newman Lake and Gabrielle M. Heron, of Bozeman.
Emma L. Grafe and Kaitlyn K. Davis, both of Spokane.
Daniel H. Thompson and Karina Dautenhahn, both of Spokane.
Travis A. Usher and Suzanne J. Moehle, both of Spokane Valley.
Darrell Tucker and Kourtney V. Shorts, both of Spokane.
Joseph G. Piapot and Torrie L. Shepardson, both of Spokane.
Eric A. Carlson, of Greenacres and Stephanie D. Livingston, of Liberty Lake.
Christian M. Lobdell and Katelyn R. Drennon, both of Spokane.
Alexander P. Gurske and Lauren C. Reamer, both of Spokane.
Nicholas R. Catalano and Miranda M. Brittos, both of Spokane.
Jeremy P. Rivard and Laura B. Wesely, both of Cheney.
Justin L. Dodge and Renae G. Shontell, both of Spokane.
Matas Nasevicius and Cassie M. Jensen, both of Scottsdale, Arizona.
Ian P. Tate and Hailey M. Kocol, both of Spokane Valley.
Nathan S. Struhs and Stephanie B. Peters, both of Portland.
In the courts
C&H Duplexes LLC v. Kathryn Sutch, et al., restitution of premises.
Peter T. Connick v. Butch Drott, et al., restitution of premises.
James F. Smartt v. Estate of Sharon Winslow, et al., seeking quiet title.
Patricia Robbins v. Robert L. Mulvihill, et al., medical malpractice.
Dunlap Designs LLC v. Kimberly A. Grandinetti, et al., complaint for damages.
Kent O. Williamson v. Kris Meeks, et al., complaint for dissolution pursuant to RCW 20.05 ET SEQ.
Shelena Wall-Carpinteyro v. Chad Beck, et al., complaint for damages.
Marriage dissolutions granted
Babich, Madina V. and Aleksandr V.
Kimberling, Christy L. and Thomas J.
Wilks, Holli M. and Justin M.
Hutson, Sarah R. and Kevin A.
Brocx, Race and Carolyn
Williams, Victoria A. and Roger M.
Worcester, Elizabeth M. and Paul J.
McCoy, Yvonne M. and David E., II
Buchan, Lindsay J. and Patrick I.
Doucette, Elizabeth F. and Jon P.
Caffrey, Julie A. and Michael J.
Judge Harold D. Clarke III
Jaystin Stanger, 21; 19 days in jail with credit given for 19 served, 24 months probation, third-degree theft and second-degree vehicle prowling and second-degree taking a motor vehicle without permission.
Brandon J. Pachosa, 26; 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to second-degree burglary and residential burglary.
Judge Tony Hazel
Jessica H. Fisk, 23; 25 months in a prison-based alternative, 25 months probation, after pleading guilty to three counts of vehicular assault.
Andrew E. Hranac, 31; three days in jail with credit given for three days served, 24 months probation, after being found guilty of third-degree possession of stolen property.
Rickie L. Hall, 49; one day in jail with credit given for one day served, 12 months probation, after being found guilty of fourth-degree assault-domestic violence.
Municipal and District courts
Only fines of $500 or more included unless a jail sentence is given.
Judge Mary C. Logan
Joseph C. Alexander, 28; two days in jail, two counts of fourth-degree assault.
Judge Matthew W. Antush
Thomas P. Hatch, 44; 12 days in jail, indecent exposure.
Michael T. Hornby, 37; 28 days in jail, no-contact order violation.
Tommy S. C. Kirk, 33; 27 days in jail, no-contact order violation.
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