PRESIDING JUDGE IN SUPERIOR COURT DISTRICT AND LIMITED JURISDICTION COURT DISTRICT
(a) Election, Term, Vacancies, Removal and Selection Criteria – Multiple Judge Courts.
(1) Election. The Board of Judges shall elect a Presiding Judge and an Assistant Presiding
Judge by majority vote at a Board of Judges meeting held during October or November of odd
numbered years. Vacancies in the office of Presiding Judge or Assistant Presiding Judge shall be
filled by majority vote of the Board of Judges at the first Board of Judges meeting held after the
vacancy is known to exist.
(g) Executive Committee.
(1) Membership. The judges of the superior court, sitting as a whole as an executive committee, shall advise and assist the Presiding Judge in the administration of the court.
(2) Liaison Judges. Each judge shall be assigned responsibility for certain management areas and court functions. The responsibility of the assigned judge is to act as a liaison between the court and others concerned about court management or function. The superior court administrator shall keep a list of the liaison assignments that is available to the public.
[Adopted effective September 1, 2010.]