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1 King County Meeting Agenda Law, Justice, Health and Human Services Committee Councilmembers: Kathy Lambert, Chair; Rod Dembowski, Vice Chair; Larry Gossett, Joe McDermott Staff: Kelli Carroll, Lead Staff ( ) Angelica Calderon, Committee Assistant ( ) 1200 King County Courthouse 516 Third Avenue Seattle, WA :30 PM Tuesday, June 24, 2014 Room 1001 Pursuant to K.C.C A. and F., this Law, Justice, Health and Human Services Committee meeting is also noticed as a meeting of the Metropolitan King County Council, whose agenda is limited to the committee business. In this meeting only the rules and procedures applicable to committees apply and not those applicable to full council meetings Call to Order Roll Call Approval of Minutes pp. 5-8 Minutes of June 10, 2014 meeting. To show a PDF of the written materials for an agenda item, click on the agenda item below. Discussion and Possible Action 4. Proposed Motion No pp A MOTION confirming the executive's appointment of the Honorable Dave Asher, councilmember, city of Kirkland, who resides in council district six, to the King County mental illness and drug dependency oversight committee, representing Sound Cities Association. Sponsors: Angélica Calderón, Council Staff Ms. Hague 5. Proposed Motion No pp A MOTION confirming the executive's appointment of Deborah Anderson, who resides in council district eight, to the King County board for developmental disabilities. Sponsors: Angélica Calderón, Council Staff Mr. McDermott King County Page 1 LJHHS Packet Materials Page 1 Printed on 6/19/2014

2 Law, Justice, Health and Human Services Committee Meeting Agenda June 24, Proposed Motion No pp A MOTION confirming the executive's appointment of Matt Adams, who resides in council district two, to the King County public defense advisory board, representing a nonpartisan organization active in King County that focuses on immigration issues. Sponsors: Ms. Lambert *Contingent on introduction and referral to the committee Nick Wagner, Council Staff 7. Proposed Motion No pp A MOTION confirming the executive's appointment of John Strait, who resides in council district two, to the King County public defense advisory board, representing the Washington Defender Association. Sponsors: Ms. Lambert *Contingent on introduction and referral to the committee Nick Wagner, Council Staff 8. Proposed Motion No pp A MOTION confirming the executive's appointment of Jeffery Robinson, who resides in council district two, to the King County public defense advisory board, representing a bar association identified as a minority bar association by the Washington State Bar Association. Sponsors: Ms. Lambert *Contingent on introduction and referral to the committee Nick Wagner, Council Staff 9. Proposed Motion No pp Briefing A MOTION confirming the executive's appointment of Kimberly Ambrose, who resides in council district four, to the King County public defense advisory board, representing a nonprofit organization active in King County that focuses on juvenile justice issues. Sponsors: Ms. Lambert *Contingent on introduction and referral to the committee Nick Wagner, Council Staff 10. Briefing No B0105 pp King County Page 2 Printed on 6/19/2014 LJHHS Packet Materials Page 2

3 Law, Justice, Health and Human Services Committee Meeting Agenda June 24, 2014 Children and Family Justice Center Update Polly St. John, Council Staff Kathy Brown, Director, Facility Management Division Paul Sherfey, Chief Administrative Officer, Superior Court 11. Briefing No B0106 pp Overview of noise issues Amy Tsai, Council Staff David Spohr, Hearing Examiner Chris Barringer, Chief of Staff, King County Sheriff's Office Darrell Rodgers, Environmental Health Services Division section manager, Public Health 12. Briefing No B0107 pp ESF Plans 3-6 Michael Huddleston, Council Staff Other Business 13. Grant Alerts pp Adjournment Search and Rescue Helicopter Update Video Downlink Enhancement for Air Support King County Page 3 Printed on 6/19/2014 LJHHS Packet Materials Page 3

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5 King County Meeting Minutes Law, Justice, Health and Human Services Committee Councilmembers: Kathy Lambert, Chair; Rod Dembowski, Vice Chair; Larry Gossett, Joe McDermott 1200 King County Courthouse 516 Third Avenue Seattle, WA Staff: Kelli Carroll, Lead Staff ( ) Angelica Calderon, Committee Assistant ( ) 1:30 PM Tuesday, June 10, 2014 Room 1001 REVISED AGENDA Pursuant to K.C.C A. and F., this Law, Justice, Health and Human Services Committee meeting is also noticed as a meeting of the Metropolitan King County Council, whose agenda is limited to the committee business. In this meeting only the rules and procedures applicable to committees apply and not those applicable to full council meetings. 1. Call to Order Chair Lambert called the meeting to order at 1:35 p.m. 2. Roll Call Present: 4 - Ms. Lambert, Mr. Gossett, Mr. McDermott and Mr. Dembowski 3. Approval of Minutes Councilmember Dembowski moved approval of the minutes of the May 13, 2014 meeting. Seeing no objections, the minutes were approved. King County Page 1 LJHHS Packet Materials Page 5

6 Law, Justice, Health and Human Services Committee Meeting Minutes June 10, 2014 Discussion and Possible Action 4. Proposed Ordinance No AN ORDINANCE authorizing the county executive to execute an interlocal agreement between King County and the city of Carnation for law enforcement services. Amy Tsai, Council Staff, briefed the committee and answered questions from the members. John Urquhart, King County Sheriff, offered comments and answered questions from the members. Councilmember Dembowski moved Amendment 1. The motion passed unanimously. A motion was made by Councilmember Dembowski that this Ordinance be Recommended Do Pass Substitute. The motion carried by the following vote: Yes: Excused: Ms. Lambert, Mr. McDermott and Mr. Dembowski Mr. Gossett Briefing 5. Briefing No B0097 A briefing on the Superior Court Family Law Facilitator Program Palmer Robinson, Chief Unified Family Court (UFC) Judge and Sean O'Donnell, UFC Judge, briefed the committee via PowerPoint presentation and answered questions from the members. Jorene Reiber, Director of Family Court Operations, also answered questions from the members. This matter was Presented 6. Briefing No B0092 Ending Psychiatric Boarding in King County Jim Vollendroff, Director, Mental Health, Chemical Abuse and Dependency Services Division, briefed the committee and answered questions from the members. This matter was Presented 7. Briefing No B0079 AFIS Annual Report Amy Tsai, Council Staff, gave an overview of the Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS) program. She then introduced Carol Gillespie, AFIS Regional Manager, King County Sheriff's Office, who briefed the committee and answered questions from the members. This matter was Presented King County Page 2 LJHHS Packet Materials Page 6

7 Law, Justice, Health and Human Services Committee Meeting Minutes June 10, Briefing No B0061 A Review of the Status of the Implementation of I-502 s Recreational Marijuana Regulations and the State Legislature s Actions to Related to Marijuana In the Most Recent Session Clifton Curry, Council Staff, briefed the committee via PowerPoint presentation and answered questions from the members. This matter was Presented Other Business 9. Grant Alerts The Chair read the grant alerts into the record. Adjournment The meeting was adjourned at 3:43 p.m. Approved this day of. Clerk's Signature King County Page 3 LJHHS Packet Materials Page 7

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9 Law, Justice, Health and Human Services Committee STAFF REPORT Agenda Item: 4 Name: Angélica Calderón Proposed No.: Date: June 24, 2014 SUBJECT A MOTION confirming the Executive's appointment of the Honorable Dave Asher, councilmember, city of Kirkland, who resides in Council District Six, to the King County mental illness and drug dependency oversight committee, representing Sound Cities Association. SUMMARY The Executive has appointed Honorable Dave Asher, councilmember to a partial term on the King County mental illness and drug dependency oversight committee, expiring June 30, Council Member Asher earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from the University of Tennessee and a Master of Science Degree in Logistics Management from the Florida Institute of Technology. He is a graduate of the Eastside Leadership Institute and was awarded the Institute s Distinguished Alumni award. Councilmember Dave Asher has served on the Kirkland City Council since January Prior to serving on the City Council, Council Member Asher was the Chair of the North Rose Hill Neighborhood Association and co-chair of the Kirkland Alliance of Neighborhoods. He has continued his broad community involvement by maintaining active membership of numerous regional, civic, and community organizations. He is a retired Army Lieutenant Colonel having served in the regular Army for 21 years as an aviator, infantryman, and long-range planning officer, and recently retired from the University of Washington where he was the CFO for UW s Professional and Continuing Education. BACKGROUND The 30 member King County MIDD Oversight Committee (K.C.C ) is composed of separately elected officials and King County agency directors or designees along with representatives of providers of services to the mentally ill and drug dependent. The oversight committee is an advisory body to the council and executive. The committee reviews and comments on emerging and evolving priorities for the use of the mental illness and drug dependency sales tax revenue; promotes coordination and collaboration between entities involved with sales tax programs; educates the LJHHS Packet Materials Page 9

10 public, policymakers and stakeholders on sales tax funded programs; and coordinates and shares information with other related efforts and groups. INVITED Hon. Dave Asher, Appointee to the King County Mental Illness and Drug Dependency Oversight Committee Andrea LaFazia-Geraghty, Staff Liaison to the King County Mental Illness and Drug Dependency Oversight Committee ATTACHMENTS: 1. Proposed Motion (Attachments are available upon request) 2. Executive s Transmittal Letter dated May 8, 2014 LJHHS Packet Materials Page 10

11 ATTACHMENT 1 KING COUNTY Signature Report 1200 King County Courthouse 516 Third Avenue Seattle, WA June 23, 2014 Motion Proposed No Sponsors Hague A MOTION confirming the executive's appointment of the Honorable Dave Asher, councilmember, city of Kirkland, who resides in council district six, to the King County mental illness and drug dependency oversight committee, representing Sound Cities Association. BE IT MOVED by the Council of King County: The county executive's appointment of the Honorable Dave Asher, councilmember, city of Kirkland, who resides in council district six, to the King County 1 LJHHS Packet Materials Page 11

12 Motion 9 10 mental illness and drug dependency oversight committee, representing Sound Cities Association, for a partial term to expire on June 30, 2017, is hereby confirmed. 11 KING COUNTY COUNCIL KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON ATTEST: Larry Phillips, Chair Anne Noris, Clerk of the Council APPROVED this day of,. Dow Constantine, County Executive Attachments: A. Application, B. Financial Disclosure Statement, C. Board Profile, D. Appointment Letter 2 LJHHS Packet Materials Page 12

13 ATTACHMENT 2 King County Dow Constantine King County Executive 401 Fifth Avenue, Suite BOO Seattle, WA Fax TTY Relay: 711 May 8, 2014 The Honorable Larry Phillips Chair, King County Council Room 1200 COURTHOUSE Dear Councilmember Phillips: Enclosed for consideration and approval by the King County Council is a motion confirming the appointment of The Honorable Dave Asher, Councilmember, City ofkirldand, who resides in council district six, to the King County Mental Illness and Dmg Dependency Oversight Committee, representing the Sound Cities Association. The appointment of Councilmember Asher is for a partial term expiring June 30, His application, Code of Ethics Financial Disclosure Statement, current board profile and appointment letter are enclosed for your infotmation. This appointment request supports the King County Strategic Plan goal of public engagement by expanding opportunities to seek input, listen and respond to residents. If you have any questions about this appointment, please have your staff call Rick Ybarra, liaison for boards & commission, at Sincerely, ~---~'~ - Q_J:>ow Constantine King County Executive Enclosures King County Councihnembers ATTN: Michael Woywod, Chief of Staff Anne Noris, Clerk of the Council CmTie S. Cihak, Chief Advisor, Policy and Strategic Initiatives, King County Executive Office (KCEO) Rick YbmTa, Liaison for Boards & Commissions Andrea LaFazia, Staff Liaison The Honorable Dave Asher, Councilmember, City of Kirkland King County is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and complies with the Americans with Disabilitites Act LJHHS Packet Materials Page 13

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15 Law, Justice, Health and Human Services Committee STAFF REPORT Agenda Item: 5 Name: Angélica Calderón Proposed No.: Date: June 24, 2014 SUBJECT A MOTION confirming the Executive's appointment of Deborah Anderson, who resides in Council District Eight, to the King County Board for Developmental Disabilities. SUMMARY The Executive has appointed Deborah Anderson to a partial term on the King County Board for Developmental Disabilities, expiring September 30, Ms. Anderson graduated from Mills College for Women, Oakland, California, with a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Performance and California Nursery School Diploma and Master of Science Degree in Christian Education from Seattle Pacific University. She is currently self-employed as Family Care Specialist. Her expertise and life experience have has advocate for Developmental Disabilities. BACKGROUND The 15 member Developmental Disabilities Board is mandated by K.C.C and members serve three-year terms. Board members represent public, private or voluntary agencies, local governmental units which participate in a program for individuals with a developmental disability, and private citizens knowledgeable or interested in services to individuals with disabilities and their families. The Board works on behalf of developmentally disabled persons and their families, helping to plan and coordinate local services and serving as a public information and referral source. INVITED Deborah Anderson, Appointee to the King County Board for Developmental Disabilities Denise Rothleutner, Division Director, Developmental Disabilities Division, Department of Community and Human Services ATTACHMENTS: 1. Proposed Motion (Attachments are available upon request) 2. Executive s Transmittal Letter dated May 8, 2014 LJHHS Packet Materials Page 15

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17 ATTACHMENT 1 KING COUNTY Signature Report 1200 King County Courthouse 516 Third Avenue Seattle, WA June 23, 2014 Motion Proposed No Sponsors McDermott A MOTION confirming the executive's appointment of Deborah Anderson, who resides in council district eight, to the King County board for developmental disabilities. BE IT MOVED by the Council of King County: The county executive's appointment of Deborah Anderson, who resides in council district eight, to the King County board for developmental disabilities, for a partial term 1 LJHHS Packet Materials Page 17

18 Motion 7 to expire on September 30, 2016, is hereby confirmed. 8 KING COUNTY COUNCIL KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON ATTEST: Larry Phillips, Chair Anne Noris, Clerk of the Council APPROVED this day of,. Dow Constantine, County Executive Attachments: A. Application, B. Financial Disclosure Statement, C. Board Profile, D. Appointment Letter 2 LJHHS Packet Materials Page 18

19 ATTACHMENT 2 King County Dow Constantine King County Executive 401 Fifth Avenue, Suite BOO Seattle, WA Fax TTY Relay: 711 May 8, 2014 The Honorable Larry Phillips Chair, King County Council Room 1200 COURTHOUSE Dear Councilmember Phillips: Enclosed for consideration and approval by the King County Council is a motion confirming the appointment of Deborah Anderson, who resides in council district eight, to the King County Board for Developmental Disabilities. The appointment of Ms. Anderson is for a partial tetm expiring September 30,2016. Her application, Code of Ethics Financial Disclosure Statement, current board profile and appointment letter are enclosed for your information. This appointment request supports the King County Strategic Plan goal of public engagement by expanding opportunities to seek input, listen and respond to residents. If you have any questions about this appointment, please have your staff call Rick Ybana, liaison for boards & commission, at Sincerely, Dow Constantine ~Zing County Executive Enclosures King Cmmty Councilmembers ATTN: Michael Woywod, Chief of Staff Anne Noris, Clerk of the Council Canie S. Cihak, Chief Advisor, Policy and Strategic Initiatives, King County Executive Office (KCEO) Rick Ybana, Liaison for Boards & Commissions Michaelle Monday, Staff Liaison Deborah Anderson King County is au Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employu and complies with the Americans with Disabilitites Act LJHHS Packet Materials Page 19

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21 Metropolitan King County Council Law, Justice, Health and Human Services Committee STAFF REPORT Agenda Item: 6-9 Name: Nick Wagner Proposed No.: SUBJECT Date: 24 June 2014 Confirmation of the Executive s appointment of four of the 11 initial members of the King County Public Defense Advisory Board. SUMMARY Proposed Motions , , , and (Attachments 1-4) would confirm the Executive s appointment of the following four of the initial members of the King County Public Defense Advisory Board: Matt Adams ( ) Kimberly Ambrose ( ) Jeffery Robinson ( ) John Strait ( ) Motions confirming the remaining seven initial appointees are scheduled for the committee s consideration on July 8. All 11 of the Executive s initial appointees are listed below in the order that their board positions are listed in Section (D) of the King County Code (Att. 17), which prescribes the composition of the Board. Name Representing Term Ends Thomas Hillier Washington Assn. of Criminal Defense Lawyers June 2015 Sophia Byrd McSherry Washington State Office of Public Defense June 2015 John Strait Washington Defender Association June 2015 Sharon Armstrong King County Bar Association June 2015 Jeffery Robinson Minority Bar Association June of 8 LJHHS Packet Materials Page 21

22 Name... and organizations focusing on: Term Ends Paul Holland Mental Health June 2016 Saudia Abdullah Substance Abuse June 2016 Leonardo Flor Military Veterans June 2016 Marc Boman Poverty June 2017 Kimberly Ambrose Juvenile Justice June 2017 Matt Adams Immigration June 2017 BACKGROUND Creation of the Board The King County Public Defense Advisory Board ( the Board ) was created, along with the King County Department of Public Defense and the office of County Public Defender, by a charter amendment that the Council placed on the November 2013 ballot by adopting Ordinance Section of the King County Charter ( Public Defense Advisory Board ) (Att. 16) provides that the County Council shall prescribe by ordinance the Board's membership, the process and qualifications for appointment to the Board, and the Board s rules and procedures. 2 Duties of the Board Section (Att. 16) assigns the following duties to the Board: [R]eview, advise and report on the department of public defense in a manner that may be prescribed by ordinance ; [A]dvise the executive and council on matters of equity and social justice related to public defense ; In the event of a vacancy in the office of county public defender,... recommend candidates from whom the county executive shall make an appointment to fill the vacancy subject to confirmation by the county council ; and Such additional duties as the County Council may prescribe by ordinance. 1 Both the Department and the Board were created in response to a Washington Supreme Court ruling and the proposed settlement of a class action lawsuit against King County regarding county benefits for public defense agency employees (Dolan v. King County). 2 Section (C) of the King County Code (Att. 17) provides in part that the Board shall establish its own rules of procedure, subject to the county charter, the county code and other applicable law, and shall choose its own chair. Page 2 of 8 LJHHS Packet Materials Page 22

23 Section of the King County Code (Att. 17) assigns the following additional duties to the Board: Work collaboratively with the County Public Defender (KCC (B)); Through the Board chair, consult with the County Prosecutor, the Courts, and the Department of Public Defense in the performance of all the Board s duties except the recommendation of candidates to serve as County Public Defender ( (B)); Meet at least once every two months (KCC (H)); and Issue at least two written reports to the Executive and the Council each calendar year: one on the Board s review of the Executive s proposed budget for public defense and one on the state of county public defense; the latter report must include an assessment of the county s progress in promoting equity and social justice related to the criminal justice system and may include recommendations for advancing equity and social justice. Board Membership The 11-member Board is required by the county code (KCC (D)) (Att. 17) to consist of one representative from each of the following: 1. The Washington Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers; 2. The Washington state Office of Public Defense; 3. The Washington Defender Association; 4. The King County Bar Association; 5. A bar association identified as a minority bar association by the Washington State Bar Association; 6. A nonpartisan organization active in King County that focuses on mental health issues; 7. A nonpartisan organization active in King County that focuses on substance abuse issues; 8. A nonpartisan organization active in King County that focuses on issues concerning military veterans; 9. A nonpartisan organization active in King County that focuses on issues related to poverty; Page 3 of 8 LJHHS Packet Materials Page 23

24 10. A nonpartisan organization active in King County that focuses on juvenile justice issues; and 11. A nonpartisan organization active in King County that focuses on immigration issues. KCC (G) (Att. 17) sets the following additional requirements: Each member of the advisory board shall have substantial experience and expertise that are relevant to the work of the department of public defense and shall have an ability and willingness to commit the time necessary to attend meetings and participate effectively as a member of the board. A majority of the members should have substantial familiarity with advocating on behalf of the indigent. To the extent practicable, the board membership shall reflect the diversity of the county. A member may not, while serving on the board, hold elective public office except precinct committee officer, be a candidate for elective public office except precinct committee officer, serve as a King County judicial officer, a King County prosecuting attorney or a King County public defender or be an employee of a King County court, the King County prosecuting attorney or the King County department of public defense. Terms of Board Members Board members serve three-year terms. To avoid excessive turnover, the terms are staggered, with the terms of three or four members expiring each year. To achieve this result, four of the initial board members are appointed to one-year terms, four are appointed to two-year terms, and three are appointed to three-year terms. (KCC (E)) The Council may reappoint Board members for additional three-year terms and may remove any Board member by motion adopted with the affirmative votes of at least five councilmembers. (KCC (E)) Board Selection Process The process for selecting Board members is prescribed in KCC (F). Briefly, the represented organizations are notified of board vacancies and are invited to recommend candidates to the County Executive, who makes appointments from among those recommended. 3 3 Section (F) (Att. 17) contains a number of procedural details and contingency provisions. Page 4 of 8 LJHHS Packet Materials Page 24

25 Board Confirmation Process Council confirmation or rejection of a Board appointment requires the affirmative votes of at least five members (KCC (F)(4)) (Att. 17). If the Council rejects an appointment, the represented organization 4 is required to recommend to the Executive, within 30 days after receiving notice of the rejection, another candidate. The Executive then has an additional 30 days to make a new appointment from among all the recommended candidates (excluding those who have been rejected by the Council). 5 (KCC (F)(5) (Att. 17)) THE APPOINTEES For the committee s convenience, information about all 11 Board appointees is included in these materials, though only four of the appointments are on the committee s June 24 agenda. In announcing the appointments, the Executive provided the following description of the appointees. Appointees on the Committee s June 24 agenda: Matt Adams is legal director at Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, one of the nation s largest immigration legal services organizations. Adams received the Jack Wasserman Memorial Award in 2008 from the American Immigration Lawyers Association, in recognition of his excellence in litigation in the field of immigration law. Kim Ambrose is a senior lecturer at the University of Washington School of Law and director of Tools for Change: Race and Justice Clinic, a UW clinic she founded that focuses on racial disparities in the juvenile justice system. As a former public defender, Ambrose represented indigent adults and juveniles in both child welfare and criminal proceedings. Jeffery Robinson is a partner at Schroeter, Goldmark, Bender and a nationally recognized trial attorney. He is past president of the Washington Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and a recipient of its prestigious William O. Douglas award. A faculty member of the National Criminal Defense College in Georgia, Robinson was selected as one of the nation s top 100 African American lawyers by Black Enterprise magazine, and ranked as one of the top 10 criminal defense lawyers in the state by Washington Law & Politics magazine. 4 That is, the organization that would have been represented by the rejected appointee. 5 If the represented organization fails to recommend another candidate within 30 days, the Executive may either continue to wait indefinitely or choose from among the remaining candidates who have not been rejected by the Council. Page 5 of 8 LJHHS Packet Materials Page 25

26 John Strait is an associate professor of law at the Seattle University School of Law and a national expert on public defense and ethics. Strait has served on the Washington Supreme Court s Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee, the King County Bar Association s Campaign Ethics Committee and the Washington State Bar Association s Rules of Professional Conduct Committee. He also chaired the Seattle Port Authority s Ethics Advisory Committee. Appointees on the July 8 agenda: Saudia Abdullah is director of Pioneer Human Service s Federal Reentry Programs, which help people who have been incarcerated make a successful transition to community life. Abdullah has extensive experience in criminal justice reform, and played a role in the development of King County s therapeutic courts. Hon. Sharon Armstrong is a retired King County Superior Court judge who twice served as chief criminal judge and co-chaired an advisory committee on public defender compensation models. She recently joined JAMS, the largest private provider of mediation and arbitration services worldwide. Marc Boman helped lead the reform of public defense in this state as co-chair with former Justice Robert Utter of the Washington State Bar Association s Blue Ribbon Panel on Criminal Defense. Boman is a partner at Perkins Coie and the former chair (and current member) of the WSBA s Council on Public Defense. In 2009, he received the president s award from the Washington Defender Association for his commitment to improving public defense. Leo Flor is an attorney and Equal Justice Works fellow at the Northwest Justice Project who specializes in veterans issues. Flor is an Army veteran with combat experience in Iraq and Afghanistan, and has served as special advisor on veterans affairs to Executive Constantine. Tom Hillier, who recently retired as the Federal Public Defender for the Western District of Washington, has been hailed for his work with indigent defendants and advocacy for federal sentencing reform. He worked as a federal public defender in Seattle for 38 years, 28 of them as chief, building an office described by The Seattle Times as a model for indigent defense nationwide. Paul Holland is associate dean for academic affairs at the Seattle University School of Law. Before becoming dean in 2009, he directed the nationally recognized Ronald A. Peterson Law Clinic, through which law students work on real cases to serve poor and marginalized populations. He is a longtime child advocate and former chair of the governor s Juvenile Justice Advisory Committee. Page 6 of 8 LJHHS Packet Materials Page 26

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