JUDGES. LEGISLATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. Permits judges of courts of record to accept part-time teaching positions that are outside the normal hours of their judicial position and do not interfere with the regular performance of their judicial duties. Prohibits judicial officer from earning retirement service credit from a public teaching position while holding judicial office. Summary of Legislative Analyst's estimate of net state and local government fiscal impact: Will have little, if any, fiscal impact on the state and local governments.
Legislative Vote Results
Assembly - Ayes, 63; Noes, 2 -- Senate - Ayes, 37; Noes, 0
Popular Vote Results
Y: 5719900; A: 65.13; N: 3062872; B: 34.87
Assembly Constitutional Amendment
People v. Larry C.: 234 Cal. App. 3d 405: 286 Cal. Rptr. 52, 1991; Bach v. McNelis: 207 Cal. App. 3d 852: 255 Cal. Rptr. 232, 1989
Code Sections Affected
Amended Cal. Const. art. VI, section 17
Peter R. Chacon, Member of the Assembly, 79th District; V. Gene McDonald, Judge President, California Judges Association; P. Terry Anderlini, President, State Bar of California
Gary B. Wesley, Attorney at Law
Rebuttal Against Author
Peter R. Chacon, Member of the Assembly, 79th District; P. Terry Anderlini, President, State Bar of California; V. Gene McDonald, Judge President, California Judges Association
Judges. California Proposition 94 (1988).