The Judicial Qualifications Commission last year said the judge intentionally threw a man in jail to punish his lawyer.
What does JQC stand for?
JQC stands for Judicial Qualifications Commission
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- Japanese Quality Association
- Jauch Quartz America (Melbourne, FL)
- Jersey Quality Assured (UK; accommodation assessment)
- John Quincy Adams
- Japan Quality Award Council
- Japan Quality Assurance Institute
- JCI Quality Assurance Department
- John Quincy Adams Ward (American sculptor)
- Jesse Quentin Bond (DJ)
- Jennison Quality Components (Jennison Manufacturing Group; Carnegie, PA)
- Japanese Quail Embryo
- Journal of Quantum Electronics (IEEE)
- Jerusalem Quarterly File
- Jauch Quartz GmbH (crystal products)
- Joint Question Group
- Job Quality Index (various locations)
- Joint Quality Initiative (EU)
- Joint Quantum Institute (Department of Physics, University of Maryland)
- Juran on Quality Improvement (Juran Institute; various locations)
- Just Quality International Foods (Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Not be subject to Judicial Qualifications Commission orders to stop speech determined to be false or otherwise in violation of the canons.
Also allows for this process to be reversed; * Increases county court judges' terms from 4 to 6 years, consistent with circuit judges; * Corrects a glitch on the staggering of terms for Bar appointees to the Judicial Qualifications Commission.
Its opinions are advisory to the inquiring party, to the Judicial Qualifications Commission, and the judiciary at large.
Ballot Title: Local Option for Selection of Judges and Funding of State Courts Ballot Summary: Provides for future local elections to decide whether to continue electing circuit and county judges or to adopt system of appointment of those judges by governor, with subsequent elections to retain or not retain those judges; provides election procedure for subsequent changes to selection of judges; increases county judges' terms from four to six years; corrects judicial qualifications commission term of office; allocates state courts system funding among state, counties, and users of courts.
The Judicial Qualifications Commission concluded that Charlotte County Judge Peter A.