The Commission works to protect the integrity of the judicial process and promote public confidence in the courts. It also serves to improve and strengthen the judiciary by creating in judges a
greater awareness of proper judicial behavior.
In light of Governor Jay Inslee’s coronavirus proclamations (20-05, 20-06 and 20-07) and the World Health Organization’s declaration of a coronavirus global
pandemic, the Commission on Judicial Conduct's physical office will be closed or minimally staffed until further notice. To
reach the Commission directly, please leave a message at (360) 753-4585 and staff working remotely will try to respond
within 24 hours during business days. The Commission will continue to accept complaints online via our website. We
appreciate your patience as we take measures to safeguard the health and safety of the public and staff.
In re David S. Keenan (CJC No. 9608-F-189): Notice of Fact-Finding Hearing filed August 6, 2020. This hearing will be held remotely via video conference at 9:00 a.m. on Friday, October 2, 2020. Instructions for public access will be posted on this website in advance of the hearing.