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Welcome to the Arizona judiciary's web site on judicial conduct and ethics. This site serves as a portal to a variety of web pages concerning ethical issues affecting the courts and judges. For example, you can use this site to learn about the ethical standards governing judges, review advisory opinions issued to judges and judicial employees, or find out how to file complaints against judges. To access this information, click on the applicable topic below or on one of the links in the side bar.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON POLITICAL ACTIVITY BY JUDGES

Judges and judicial candidates are encouraged to review the information on the following page regarding the limits on political activity by judges:

2012 Political Activity by Judges

NOTICE REGARDING CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTION LIMITS FOR 2011-2012

Rule 4.1(A)(4) of the Code of Judicial Conduct refers to campaign contribution limits established in A.R.S. Sec. 16-905.  These limits are revised by the Secretary of State at the beginning of each election cycle.  To see the contribution limits for 2011-2012, click this link:
 
Campaign Contribution Limits

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT POLITICAL ACTIVITIES BY JUDICIAL EMPLOYEES

Judicial employees are encouraged to review the information on the following page about the rules applicable to their political activity:

Questions and Answers regarding Political Activity by Judicial Employees

To access various sections of the Commission's website, click the following links:

 

Commission on Judicial Conduct

1501 W. Washington Street, Suite 229

Phoenix, AZ 85007

(602) 452-3200

cjc@courts.az.gov
[Note: Please send complaints via regular postal mail to the commission office]