Rule 1 Court Organization and Management General Management: The general management of the Court shall be vested in the presiding Judge and the duties and powers are as set for below. Duties of the Presiding Judge: The presiding Judge will act as chief administrative Judge and will set policy to be implemented by the Court personnel. 1) The presiding Judge will call meetings of the Court and preside over said meetings. 2) The presiding Judge will be responsible for scheduling of Court time. 3) The presiding Judge will speak for the Court on all matters. 4) The presiding Judge will be responsible for space management and facilities planning. 5) The presiding Judge will have the responsibility for monitoring the Court budget. 6) The presiding Judge will be responsible for communications with all other elected officials. 7) The presiding Judge will conduct probable cause determinations. 8) The presiding Judge will conduct preliminary hearings and criminal arraignments. 9) The presiding Judge will set bail, appoint counsel and perform other duties common to the preliminary hearing and arraignment process. 10) The presiding Judge will shall sign warrants for arrest. Duties of the Court Clerk: The North Bonneville Court Judge shall select a Court Clerk to provide services for the Court and shall have the following duties. 1) Assist the Municipal Court Judge in directing case-flow management. 2) Assist in the preparation and presentation of the department budget and direct fiscal management inventory control and purchasing. 3) Brief the Judge on Municipal Court operations and status. 4) Prepares reports and complies statistics as required.
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