Bob Boruchowitz, 58, attorney, visiting professor at Seattle University and previously executive director of The Defender Association, the...

Bob Boruchowitz, 58, attorney, visiting professor at Seattle University and previously executive director of The Defender Association, the oldest public-defense firm in King County

Terrence Carroll, 62, retired King County Superior Court judge, adviser to Mayor Paul Schell’s 1999 panel on police-oversight practices, internal-investigations auditor of the Seattle Police Department from 1992 through 2003

Jenny Durkan, 49, criminal- and civil-litigation attorney; member of 1999 panel on police oversight

Lorena González, attorney, president of Latina/o Bar Association of Washington

Pramila Jayapal, 41, founder and executive director of Hate Free Zone Washington, an advocacy group for people of color that often works on immigration issues; has been involved in social-justice issues abroad and in Washington state

Judy Krebs, 39, general counsel for Service Employees International Union Healthcare 775; former assistant attorney general

Gary Locke, 57, former governor, now working at a Seattle law firm in its China and governmental-relations practice groups

Hubert Locke, 73, former dean of the Daniel J. Evans School of Public Affairs at the University of Washington; adviser to the 1999 panel on police oversight

Mike McKay, 56, former U.S. attorney; member of 1999 panel on police oversight

Norm Rice, 64, former Seattle mayor, now vice chairman of Capital Access, an investment bank, and visiting professor at Evans School of Public Affairs at the UW

Jennifer Shaw, 44, legislative director at American Civil Liberties Union of Washington, former trial lawyer in private practice and former public defender. Served last year on King County panel charged with making recommendations for improving the accountability system for misconduct and discipline in the King County sheriff’s department

Compiled by Seattle Times news researchers Gene Balk and David Turim