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NCJ Number: 32948 Find in a Library
Title: CAN FEDERAL MERIT SELECTION WORK - FLORIDA SAYS YES
Journal: JUDICATURE  Volume:59  Issue:7  Dated:(FEBRAURY 1976)  Pages:324-327
Author(s): E B HADLOW
Corporate Author: American Judicature Soc
United States of America
Date Published: 1976
Page Count: 4
Sponsoring Agency: American Judicature Soc
Chicago, IL 60601-7401
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: DESCRIPTION OF THE PROCEDURE USED BY FLORIDA'S NINE MEMBER JUDICIAL NOMINATING COMMISSION TO SEEK, CONSIDER, AND RECOMMEND QUALIFIED CANDIDATES FOR VACANCIES ON U.S. DISTRICT COURTS OR THE FIFTH CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS.
Abstract: AFTER PUBLICIZING JUDICIAL VACANCIES IN NEWSPAPERS AND BAR PUBLICATIONS AND INTERVIEWING THE TOP 15 OR 20 BEST QUALIFIED APPLICANTS, THE COMMISSION SUBMITS AT LEAST FIVE NAMES TO THE STATE SENATORS FOR RECOMMENDATION TO THE PRESIDENT.
Index Term(s): Federal courts; Florida; Judge selection
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