WA Legal Roundup: Agency must consider PRA requestor if inmate; easements are boring
In Franklin County Sheriff's Office v. Parmlee, an inmate requested records of county employees. Under the PRA, an inmate can't make requests to intimidate or harass. Thus, the trial court had to look at the person making the request in order to determine if it fell under the statute and could be enjoined. Since it didn't do that, its enjoinment has to be revisited, but the temporary enjoining was proper.
Wilson and Son Ranch, LLC v. Hintz involved an easement dispute involving scope of an easement. If you're a 1L and looking for some good reading on scope of easements, this is the case for you. If you're like me, you really don't care and will instead go and have a cliff bar and think about interesting things that do not involve property disputes.