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Last Post 13 Aug 2013 10:56 AM by  AnthonySizer
R-13-0024 Rules of the Commission on Judicial Conduct
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MPalmer
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11 Jan 2013 12:41 AM
    R-13-0024
    Petition to Amend the Rules of the Commission on Judicial Conduct

    Would change the name of the Commission to "Commission on Judicial Conduct and Incapacity" and urge creation of a publicly available form for reporting judicial incapacity

    Petitioner:
    Mike Palmer
    18402 N. 19th Ave., #109
    Phoenix, AZ 85023
    602-513-3738 (intermittent cell)
    mikepalmer_arizona@fastmail.fm

    Filed: January 10, 2013

    Comments due May 21, 2013.

    DENIED August 27, 2013.
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    AnthonySizer
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    13 Aug 2013 10:56 AM
    Mr Palmer,

    What does the federal guidlines direct the states on this issue of judicial disability with relation to conduct assocaited to incapacity? If it directs the states to include disability as a cause for removal then our state rules are failing to following the federal guidelines. Perhaps this needs to be brought up with the federal rule makers as well?

    Respectfully,
    Anthony Sizer
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