WA Legal Roundup - WA Supreme Court: Motion for reconsideration tolls time for filing land use petition with superior; land use still blows; and pick your jury from the county of the crime.
In Mellish v. frog Mountain Pet Care, the court held that the filing of a motion for reconsideration tolls the time for filing a land use petition in the superior court. You wait until the reconsideration is decided, and then the 21 days runs. First land use case I've blogged in years. Kittitas County v. Growth Mgmt. Hearings Bd. is a land use case. So screw it.I'm not blogging it.
Finally, in City of Bothell v. Barnhart, the jury in a criminal case was made up of some king county and some sno county jurors. Oops. Doesn't work.