SB210 - Provides that commissioners of the family court must be elected except where the nonpartisan court plan is used
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||Provides that commissioners of the family court must be elected except where the nonpartisan court plan is used
SB 210 - This act modifies the method of selecting
commissioners for family courts. In circuits under the non-
partisan court plan, family court commissioners will be appointed
by a majority of the judges in the circuit and then will have to
stand for retention in the next general election. In all other
circuits or counties, family court commissioners will be elected.
This act is identical to SB 294 (2001).