490A.01 BOARD ON JUDICIAL STANDARDS; ESTABLISHMENT.
Subdivision 1. Establishment; composition.
The Board on Judicial Standards is established.
The board is a continuation of the board established by Laws 1971, chapter 909, sections 1
and 2, as amended.
Subd. 2. Composition; appointment.
(a) The board consists of one judge of the Court of
Appeals, three trial court judges, two lawyers who have practiced law in the state for at least ten
years, and four citizens who are not judges, retired judges, or lawyers.
(b) All members must be appointed by the governor with the advice and consent of the
senate. Senate confirmation is not required for judicial members.
Subd. 3. Term maximum; membership termination.
No member may serve more than two
full four-year terms or their equivalent. Membership terminates if a member ceases to hold the
position that qualified the member for appointment.
Subd. 4. Member terms; compensation; removal.
The membership terms, compensation,
removal of members, and filling of vacancies on the board are as provided in section
Subd. 5. Executive secretary appointment; salary.
(a) The board shall appoint the
(b) The salary of the executive secretary of the board is 85 percent of the maximum salary
provided for an administrative law judge under section
15A.083, subdivision 6a
History: 2006 c 271 art 11 s 44