Mason County District Court
Legal/Judicial Experience: Stephen serves as a
Judge Pro Tem in the Mason District Court and Kitsap District Court. He
has twenty-five years of part-time Judicial experience including
thirteen years in Mason County. Stephen has presided over thousands of
hearings and over a hundred trials as a Pro Tem Judge.
Other Professional Experience: Attorney; former criminal and
civil prosecutor; criminal and civil public defender.
Education: Bachelor of Criminal Justice, Seattle University;
Master of Criminal Justice, Boston University; Juris Doctorate,
University of Puget Sound.
Community Service: Volunteer mentor at Kitsap County Youth
Service Center; Olympic College Human Services Advisory Board; Community
Statement: Experience in the District Court matters. Stephen has
twenty-five years of part time Judicial work in District and City
Courts. He has presided over more than a hundred jury trials and
thousands of criminal and civil hearings. Stephen drafted the Mason
District Court Probation manual, and has advised the Court on hiring,
budget, and management issues. Stephen is currently assisting the Mason
County District Court in a transition to a paperless electronic Court.
As an attorney of thirty years, Stephen Greer has been a civil and
criminal prosecutor and a civil and criminal public defender. He
currently represents crime victims, victims of human trafficking, abused
and neglected children in foster care, and those with mental and
A fair-minded and thoughtful advocate for justice under the law, Stephen
has earned support from numerous Judges and attorneys that know his
work. Stephen believes that all individuals that come before the Court
shall be treated with dignity and respect. The District Court is the
people’s Court and the people deserve a Judge that is fair, respectful,
knowledgeable, and experienced. Vote for experience. Vote for Stephen
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