Neb. Rev. Stat. § 24-1204

Current with changes from acts of the 2022 Legislative Session approved on or before 4/20/2022
Section 24-1204 - Existence of judicial vacancy; determination

In the event of the death, retirement, resignation, or removal of a district, county, or separate juvenile judge or the failure of a district, county, or separate juvenile judge to be retained in office or upon the request of a majority of the members of the Judicial Resources Commission, the commission shall, after holding a public hearing, determine whether a judicial vacancy exists in the affected district or any other judicial district or whether a new judgeship or change in number of judicial districts or boundaries is appropriate. If the commission determines a vacancy exists in a district or county court district, the commission may also make a recommendation to the Supreme Court of the site for a primary office location. The public hearing may include virtual conferencing or, if the judicial workload statistics compiled pursuant to section 24-1007 indicate a need for a number of judges equal to or greater than the number currently authorized by law, the commission may conduct a hearing by telephone conference. If a telephone conference is used, a recording shall be made of the telephone conference and maintained by the commission for at least one year, and the commission shall only determine whether a judicial vacancy exists in the affected district and make no other determinations.

Neb. Rev. Stat. § 24-1204

Laws 1995, LB 189, § 6;
Laws 1997, LB 229, § 4;
Laws 1999, LB 47, § 1;
Laws 2021, LB 83,§ 2.
Amended by Laws 2021, LB 83,§ 2, eff. 4/22/2021.