JEAC

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JEACJudicial Ethics Advisory Committee (Florida)
JEACJuneau Energy Advisory Committee (now Juneau Commission on Sustainability; Alaska)
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However, if a judge has a legitimate question about proposed social-media activity, requesting an opinion from the Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee may not only be prudent, but also may provide useful guidance for others contemplating a social-media presence.
Udell noted that the Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee had twice concluded that judges must recuse themselves when parties or lawyers appearing before them are Facebook friends.
Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee opinion in 2014 stressed that judges
The Arizona Supreme Court Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee has created separate rules for appropriate Facebook and LinkedIn activity.
The court encourages the Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee, the Conference of District Court of Appeal Judges, the Conference of Circuit Court Judges, and the Conference of County Court Judges to comment.
She currently sits on the Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee and was recently appointed by the governor to sit on the Capital Crimes Commission.
Sponsored by the Supreme Court and The Florida Bar Board of Governors, the forums are held every election year across the state with support of the state's trial court chief judges and the court's Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee.
Oftentimes, questions about such relationships and connections are governed by the Florida Code of Judicial Conduct ("the code") (1) and the opinions of the Florida Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee (JEAC or "the committee").
Members of the Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee will offer a summary review of Canon 7 of Florida's Code of Judicial Conduct, give examples of activities that may violate the code, and call attention to resources available to all candidates for judicial office.
Supreme Court's Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee: One lawyer to fill an expiring term commencing March 1, 2018, and ending June 30, 2022.
The Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee is expressly charged with rendering advisory opinions interpreting the application of the Code of Judicial Conduct to specific circumstances confronting or affecting a judge or judicial candidate.
* The Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee took no position on the published amendments.
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