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HB 709, 64th R.S.
Providing for a more efficient system of court administration; defining terms; providing for the promulgation of rules by the Supreme Court; creating an Office of Court Administration and providing for its direction and duties; providing for the division of the state into Administrative Judicial Districts; providing for the appointment, qualifications, term, powers, and duties of administrative judges; providing for the duties of court administrators; providing for annual meetings of judges and duties of the judges at such meetings; authorizing assignment of judges and additional compensation of judges; relating to counties in which there are certain courts; authorizing transfer of cases and exchange of benches, rule-making for the assignment, docketing and hearing of cases; providing for the selection, qualifications, term, powers, and duties of chief judges.

Last action: Reported from committee favorably with amendments

Author: Ronald Earle


SB 163 (Identical)

State Agencies, Boards & Commissions--Newly Proposed

House Committee: Judicial Affairs () Minutes: April 30 1975

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