LAR 0.3 COMMITTEES (a) Standing Committees. The following standing committees shall be established: (1) Juvenile Court, composed of the juvenile court judge as chairman and the last and next succeeding juvenile court judge; (2) Mental Illness; (3) Jury Management; (4) Mandatory Arbitration; (5) Superior Court Criminal Liaison; (6) Budget and Planning; (7) Superior Court Civil Liaison; and (8) Court Commissioner Liaison; (9) Criminal Liaison Committee consisting of the Chief Criminal Judge, past Chief Criminal Judge, future Chief Criminal Judge, a judge designated by the Presiding Judge, representatives from the offices of the Prosecuting Attorney and Public Defender, a representative of private defense counsel, a representative from the Court Administrator’s staff, and others designated by the chairperson to assist in the work of the committee. The Committee shall be chaired by the Chief Criminal Judge; together with such special committees as may be appointed by the Presiding Judge with approval of the judges; together with such special committees as may be appointed by the presiding judge with approval of the judges. Amended effective 1/1/98 (b) Duties of Committees. Committees have a duty to study and make recommendations concerning the subject matters assigned to them with authority to act when specifically authorized by the judges, provided, however, that the Juvenile Court Committee is authorized to act in any matter concerning which there is unanimity among the three juvenile court committee judges.
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