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Gerry L. Alexander, Chief Justice

Charles W. Johnson, Justice

Barbara A. Madsen, Justice

Richard B. Sanders, Justice

Tom Chambers, Justice

Susan J. Owens, Justice

Mary E. Fairhurst, Justice

James M. Johnson, Justice

Debra L. Stephens, Justice Ref: http://www.courts.wa.gov/court_dir/orgs/112.html

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