Alaska Statutes Title 22. Judiciary § 22.10.140. Chief justice may assign superior court judges
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The chief justice may assign a superior court judge and that judge's court personnel for temporary duty from time to time not to exceed 90 days annually anywhere in the state except to permit completion of hearings in progress. A judge may be temporarily assigned for longer and additional periods with the consent of that judge.
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