Friday, October 9, 2015

DENVER — Friday, Oct. 9, 2015 — Gov. John Hickenlooper today announced several Judicial Performance Commissions appointments. The appointments were to the State Commission of Judicial Performance, the Third Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission, the Eleventh Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission, the Thirteenth Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission, the Fifteenth Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission, the Seventeenth Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission, the Eighteenth Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission and the Nineteenth Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission.

 

The State Commission of Judicial Performance. Effective Dec. 1, 2015, for a term expiring Nov. 30, 2019:

  • Susanne Jalbert of Fraser, to serve as a non-attorney, appointed.

 

The Third Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission. Effective Dec. 1, 2015, for a term expiring Nov. 30, 2019:

  • Nancy Lake of Weston, to serve as an attorney, appointed.

 

The Eleventh Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission. Effective Dec. 1, 2015, for a term expiring Nov. 30, 2019:

  • Jenna Mazzucca of Salida, to serve as an attorney, appointed.

 

The Thirteenth Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission. Effective Dec. 1, 2015, for a term expiring Nov. 30, 2019:

  • Amy Schmidt of Laird, to serve as an attorney, appointed.The Fifteenth Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission. Effective Dec. 1, 2015, for a term expiring Nov. 30, 2019:

  • Joshua Vogel of Lamar, to serve as an attorney, appointed.

 

The Seventeenth Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission. Effective Dec. 1, 2015, for a term expiring Nov. 30, 2019:

  • Heidi Miller of Commerce City, to serve as an attorney, appointed.

 

The Eighteenth Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission. Effective Dec. 1, 2015, for a term expiring Nov. 30, 2019:

  • Valerie Garcia of Centennial, to serve as an attorney, appointed.

 

The Nineteenth Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission. Effective Dec. 1, 2015, for a term expiring Nov. 30, 2019:

  • Martin Beier of Frederick, to serve as an attorney, appointed.

 

Commissions on Judicial Performance were created in 1988 by the Colorado General Assembly for the purpose of providing voters with fair, responsible and constructive evaluations of judges and justices seeking retention. The results also provide judges with information to help improve their professional skills as judicial officers.

 

There is one commission in each of the 22 judicial districts and one state commission. Each commission consists of 10 volunteer citizen members: six non attorneys and four attorneys.

 

Commissioners serve a four year term with a maximum of two terms served. If the initial appointment is to fill a vacancy, the commissioner is eligible to serve the balance of that term plus two full terms. The State Commission promulgates the Rules Governing Commissions on Judicial Performance and evaluates the Supreme Court justices and Court of Appeals judges.

 

District Commissions evaluate the performance of county and district court judges in their judicial district during the judge’s current term of office, which is the past two years for new (provisional) judges, the past four years for county court judges, and the past six years for district court judges.

 

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