To assist voters in making an informed decision about whether a judge should be retained, several states utilize judicial performance evaluations, under which those who appear before or work with a judge evaluate his ability to perform his duties.
What does JPE stand for?
JPE stands for Judicial Performance Evaluation (various locations)
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We have 25 other meanings of JPE in our Acronym Attic
- Journal of Peace and Democracy in South Asia
- Japan PGX (Pharmacogenetics) Data Science Consortium (est. 2009)
- Joint Product Development Team
- Jacketed Pipe Exchanger
- Japanese Pharmaceutical Excipients
- Joel Plaskett Emergency (Halifax, Nova Scotia band)
- Journal of Perinatal Education (Springer Publishing Company)
- Journal of Plant Ecology (Oxford Journal; UK)
- Journal of Political Economy
- Journal of Private Equity
- Jump If Parity Even
- Just Plain English
- Truncated JPEG file extension
- Japan Pearl Exporters' Association
- Japan Photovoltaic Energy Association
- Job-Person-Environment Assessment
- Joint PhotoImaging Enterprises Association (Japan)
- Jackson Purchase Energy Corporation (Paducah, KY)
- Japan Petroleum Energy Center
- Japan Professional Engineering Committee
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System, a legal reform organization located at the University of Denver, has released "Shared Expectations: Judicial Accountability in Context," a report on judicial accountability that calls for increased judicial performance evaluations.
Texas has never adopted a judicial performance evaluation system or any form of judicial screening program.
McIntyre has chaired the MBA's Judicial Performance Evaluation Standing Committee since 2004, is a former recipient of the MBA's Community Service Award and is a Massachusetts Bar Foundation fellow and trustee.
Discussion at this symposium suggested that as much as 25 to 30% of participating voters always vote "no" on retention, regardless of judicial performance evaluation recommendations.