2012: Prop 115 - Judicial Selection
September 2012 / Proposition 115 is a constitutional amendment referred by the Legislature and would alter the process of selecting judges as approved by voters in 1974. It would give the governor a greater role and reduce the role of the Arizona State Bar Association. It also would authorize the Legislature to become more active in reviewing the record of judges facing retention elections, require the courts to publish their decisions on line, increase judicial terms to eight years and move the mandatory retirement age for judges from 70 to 75.
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