CJP

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AcronymDefinition
CJPCanadian Journal of Psychiatry
CJPChief Justice of Pakistan
CJPCombined Jewish Philanthropies (Boston, MA)
CJPCertified Java Programmer
CJPCommission on Judicial Performance (San Francisco, California)
CJPCentre for Justice and Peace (India)
CJPCentre Jean Perrin (French health center)
CJPCentral Java Power (Indonesia)
CJPCommunity Justice Program (San Antonio, TX)
CJPClimate Justice Programme (Australia)
CJPCanadian Journal of Philosophy (est. 1971)
CJPComplete Joint Penetration (welding)
CJPChristlich-Jüdische Projekte (German)
CJPClinical Journal of Pain
CJPChallenge Jeunes Pousses (French youth business competition)
CJPClermont Japon Pièces (French automotive parts company)
CJPCriminal Justice & Penology
CJPClub du Jeune Philatéliste (French: Junior Stamp Club; Morocco)
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Timmer said the Arizona evaluations are overseen by the state's Commission on Judicial Performance Review, which evaluates merit retention justices on the Supreme Court, the Court of Appeals, and trial judges in Maricopa, Pima, and Pinal counties.
All the forms go to an independent company, which assigns a number to each judge and the results are compiled and submitted to the Commission on Judicial Performance Review.
Qualifications, later renamed the Commission on Judicial Performance.
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The entity created by the constitutional mandate is known as the Commission on Judicial Performance Review ("JPR Commission"), currently composed of thirty members, each serving four-year terms.
The Commission on Judicial Performance Review, as noted above, is a public entity charged with evaluating and educating judges through extensive surveys, reports, and conference teams.
(112.) Arizona Commission on Judicial Performance Review, http://www.azjudges .info/home/index.cfm (last visited Oct.
State Commission on Judicial Performance. (62) Romanoff arose from a dispute over the membership of the state judicial performance commission.
In Michigan and Mississippi, for example, the Judicial Tenure Commission and the Commission on Judicial Performance, respectively, play no role in the selection process.
VI, [section] 177A (providing for the creation of Mississippi's Commission on Judicial Performance); see also William B.
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