JIRC

AcronymDefinition
JIRCJudicial Inquiry and Review Commission (Virginia)
JIRCJoint Indian Reserve Commission (Canada)
JIRCJoint Implementation Registration Centre (Netherlands)
JIRCJava Internet Relay Chat
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Matthews, the future City Archivist and prominent advocate that the Kitsilano Resetve become a city park, would claim that the JIRC's doubling of the reserve acreage raised "the question of the morality, perhaps the legality, of increasing the size of the Indian Reserve," and that it justified paying less for the reserve than it might otherwise be worth.
Established by the Virginia Constitution, the JIRC investigates charges of judicial misconduct or serious disability leveled against any of 925 judicial officials.
According to the rules of the JIRC, which are published on the Virginia Judicial System's website, the JIRC has the ability to investigate the validity of claims before doing one of three things.
The canon does not define what constitutes sexual harassment or explain the consequences of any such specific behaviors, leaving the interpretation of this up to the discretion of the JIRC.
In late 2006, the JIRC decided, after investigating, to bring formal charges against Judge James M.
The JIRC reviewed complaints against Beasley in December 2015, but no official action was taken against him, the paper reported.
In 2016, the latest year in which JIRC annual statistics were published, the organization received 510 complaints.
While the JIRC went after Shull for his actions and prosecuted him to the fullest extent, it never publicly charged Beasley.
However, while Beasley may not have lost his job or received censure from the JIRC, the Supreme Court and Gravatt took on the role of removing him from the offending courtrooms.