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Introducing Yelm voters to:
Sharonda Amamilo for Thurston County Superior Court Judge to Yelm voters!

Sharonda D. Amamilo, J.D., M.B.A.
Managing Attorney – Amamilo Law, PLLC – Dupont, WA.

Credit: Committee to Elect Sharonda Amamilo

  • Editor’s note: I recently had the sincere pleasure to be introduced by Thurston Democrats Chair Victor Minjares to Sharonda D. Amamilo.
  • Sharonda is a Thurston County Superior Court Judge Candidate.
  • Ms. Amamilo was a Primary winner @ 45%, on the Nov. ballot.
  • Brings a wealth of experience including as an attorney and as Chief Warrant Officer Four (CW4) with the U.S. Army Reserves, 22 years of military service.
  • Sharonda and husband, Reuben, have 7 children and 3 grandchildren.
  • Become an informed voter about Sharonda for County Judge! Click here
  • Yelm’s Blogger endorses Sharonda for County Judge.
  • The following excerpts are from the candidate’s website:

About Sharonda D. Amamilo, Thurston County Superior Court Judge Candidate

“I am driven by a belief that justice requires diversity of thought, experiences, cultures, and compassion.  My decision to pursue the Thurston County Superior Court Judge position came when it was clear that I could contribute even more to the community by serving the citizens of Thurston County as a partner of the people, bringing compassionate and courteous deliberation and objective decision-making to all seeking justice.  

“As your next Thurston County Superior Court Judge, I will treat you and your matter with the respect and dignity that each of you deserve – no matter the party, no matter the issue.  Justice requires no less.

“My experiences with my own family motivated me to learn the law so I could protect those closest to me from deep-rooted systemic injustice. It is because of those experiences that I am committed to protecting the constitutional rights of all citizens, bringing diversity of experience and background to objectively deliberate, educate, and render compassionate justice to litigants appearing before the court; many with traumatic backgrounds.” Read more

Her Vision: Justice for All is Sharonda’s #1 Priority!

“Thurston County deserves a Superior Court Judge who is a passionate practitioner who is actively engaged in various levels of systemic change and strategic planning. Someone committed to protecting the constitutional rights of all citizens, bringing diversity of experience and background to objectively deliberate, educate, and render compassionate justice to families and individuals appearing before the court.

“These qualities are essential to an equitable, efficient justice system, and that’s why I am running for election as the People’s Judge in the 2020 Thurston County Superior Court election race.

“I’ve served in Thurston County for 12 years. I’ve represented indigent juveniles, parents, and legal guardians who have become parties to a juvenile criminal action and clients suffering from mental health or substance abuse disorders in the County’s involuntary commitment hearings and in its therapeutic treatment courts. I am actively engaged in various levels of systems change and strategic planning at the department, county, and national levels with the purpose of continually assessing the services provided to our county’s residents.”

“I would be honored to receive your vote for Thurston County Superior Court Judge, Position 8 in the August 4 primary and November 3 general elections.Read more

Posted by Steve on October 13, 2020 at 7:57 pm | Permalink

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  1. I am making this attempt to share some insight to an experience regarding a case that you are currently presiding over. it would seem as though the litigation process is substantially disproportionate. It appears that 2 attorneys are attempting to deliberately influence the courts position. There is substantial evidence of corruption, collusion, and coercion. Megan Rue, Finney Lindquist, and Christina Sherman have used multiple means of malpractice to influence the courts to remove a parents rights by force. There has been no opportunity to respectfully conduct a monitored interview with Parent and child of Respondent. Im requesting an investigation of of the formalities and procedures conducted by council staff and conduct involved. I believe you are the justice that can prevail and set the precedent for judicial litigation. I don’t know what steps are necessary to address this behavior. I just hope I can share this information before it becomes detrimental. Thank you for allowing me to share.

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