Judicial Nominating Commission Reform: H.B. 367 (2001)
Allows only the governor to appoint members to the state’s
Allows only the governor to appoint members to the state’s Judicial Nominating Commission (JNC). The JNC submits judicial nominees to the governor for appointment to the Florida courts. Prior to this enactment, both the Florida Bar Association and the governor appointed members to the JNC.
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This op-ed was originally published by Real Clear Policy. Historically, courts have respected the view that filing for bankruptcy is a well-recognized way for a business to respond when the […]