Administrative Rule 15 - TEMPORARY ASSIGNMENTS OF JUDGES

Effective Date: 1/1/1995

Section 1.

The Chief Justice is hereby authorized to assign judges, including retired judges, for temporary duty in any court or district, to perform such specific duties as may be assigned by the Chief Justice or by the Presiding Judge of the Judicial District with the approval of the Chief Justice.

Section 2.

The Chief Justice shall make each temporary assignment setting forth the general purpose and term of the assignment and such other information as he deems appropriate.

Section 3.

The assignment of a retired judge shall be made only with the prior consent of the retired judge.

Section 4.

The term of each temporary assignment shall be for such period of time, not to exceed one year, as designated by the Chief Justice. Renewed periods of temporary duty may be assigned by the Chief Justice after consultation with the Supreme Court. The Chief Justice may terminate the assignment at any time.

Dated this 16th day of November, 1994, with amendments, effective January 1, 1995.

Gerald W. VandeWalle, Chief Justice
Herbert L. Meschke, Justice
Beryl J. Levine, Justice
William A. Neumann, Justice

ATTEST:
Penny Miller, Clerk
North Dakota Supreme Court

[Adopted May 24, 1977 (formerly AO IX); amended effective January 1, 1995.]

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