106) Carol Collins, the Executive Director of Wyoming's Commission on Judicial Conduct and Ethics, said the difference between election and appointment states is "always one of our topics of conversation when we come back" from national judicial conduct conferences.
What does CJC stand for?
CJC stands for Commission on Judicial Conduct
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- Chicago Jobs Council
- Chief Justice of Canada
- Clinton Junior College (South Carolina)
- Coalition for Jubilee Clemency
- Codex Juris Canonici (Latin: Codex of the Canon Law)
- Colchester Judo Club (martial arts; UK)
- Cold Junction Compensator (used with thermocouples)
- Colegio Jacques Cousteau (school)
- Collectif Jeune Cinéma (French film association)
- College of Journalism and Communication
- Commonwealth Judo Championship (martial arts)
- Community Justice Center (various locations)
- Confédération des Jeunes Chercheurs (French: Confederation of Young Researchers)
- Contact Juggling Convention
- Cowboy Joe Club (University of Wyoming)
- Crime and Justice Commission (Trinidad and Tobago)
- Criminal Justice Center
- Criminal Justice Commission (Queensland, Australia)
- Cabin John Citizens Association (Cabin John, Maryland)
- Cairns Junior Cricket Association, Inc. (Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
81) Besides retention elections, the constitution provides another source of oversight for judges in Wyoming--the Commission on Judicial Conduct and Ethics, known as the judicial conduct commission.
6) In New York, the Commission on Judicial Conduct plays a limited role, required by statute under certain circumstances to reveal information pertaining to candidates under consideration for appointment by the governor or being rated by such entities as a bar association evaluation committee for election or appointment.