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2012 Judicial Performance Reports

Pinal Superior Court Reports
Judge Commission Vote Judicial Report Assignment/Bench Serving Since

Georgini, Joseph R.

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Meets JPR Standards View Pinal (Civil/Cri) 2006

Johnson, Boyd T.

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Meets JPR Standards View Pinal (Civil/Cri) 1996

McCarville, Stephen F.

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Meets JPR Standards View Pinal (Family) 2001

Olson, Robert Carter

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Meets JPR Standards View Pinal (Civil/Cri) 2007

Judges are evaluated on their judicial performance midway through their term and prior to their retention election. Beginning in 2022, their survey evaluation scores include midterm scores and retention scores. Newly appointed judges serve a two-year term and are evaluated prior to their retention election on their retention scores. The score is the percentage of all evaluators who rated the judge "superior", "very good", or "satisfactory" in each of the Commission's evaluation categories. Depending on the assignment, a judge may not have responses in certain categories, indicated by N/A (for example, some judicial assignments do not require jury trials or no survey responses were returned). The JPR Commission votes "Yes" or "No" on whether a judge "MEETS" Judicial Performance Standards, based on the statistical information, as well as any other information submitted by the public or the judge. Further information on the judges and justices can be found at each court's website.

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