Judicial Conduct, Commission On
County's representation of county official in action arising from the performance of a public duty. Term "sued" in Local Government Code section 157.901 most likely does not encompass disciplinary proceedings before Commission on Judicial Conduct.
Municipal judges, authority to investigate possible misconduct of|City finance director, whether service as temporary municipal judge in same city violates Code of Judicial Conduct|City finance director not prohibited from serving as temporary municipal judge in same city by article XVI, section 40|City finance director not prohibited from serving as temporary municipal judge in same city by common-law incompatibility rules
County judge whom the State Commission on Judicial Conduct has temporarily suspended with pay is entitled to receive the judge's total salary, including a state supplement|Temporarily suspend a judge with pay, the Commission has authority to, and a county judge who has been so suspended is entitled to receive total salary, including a state supplement, during the suspension
Municipal judge, Constitution and common-law doctrine of incompatibility do not preclude county commissioner serving as|State Commission on Judicial Conduct, whether Canons of Judicial Conduct prohibit municipal judge from concurrent service as county commissioner is question for|Municipal judge, whether Canons of Judicial Conduct prohibit from concurrent service as county commissioner is a question for the State Commission on Judicial Conduct
Appointment to represent an indigent criminal defendant in appellate proceedings, whether a justice may accept|County official, justice of the peace is for purposes of Code of Criminal Procedure article 26.06\r\n|Appointment to represent an indigent criminal defendant in appellate proceedings, article 26.06 of the Code of Criminal Procedure and Government Code section 82.064 appear to recognize the authority of a justice of the peace to accept|Code of Judicial Conduct, whether a justice of the peace violates in particular circumstances is to be determined by the Commission in the first instance\r\n|County official
Obtain confidential documents of State Commission on Judicial Conduct or attend its confidential proceedings, Sunset Advisory Commissionâ€™s authority to