Connecticut General Statutes Title 45A. Probate Courts and Procedure § 45a-62. Council on Probate Judicial Conduct
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(a) There shall be a Council on Probate Judicial Conduct to consist of one probate judge elected by the Connecticut Probate Assembly established under section 45a-90, one referee appointed by the Chief Justice from among the state referees who have retired from the Supreme Court or Superior Court, one person appointed by the Governor who shall be an attorney-at-law, admitted to practice in this state and actively engaged in the practice of law in this state for at least five years, and two persons appointed by the Governor who are not attorneys-at-law. Such appointments shall be made on October 1, 1975, and every four years thereafter.
(b) The members of the council shall serve for terms of four years and if for any reason they fail to complete their terms, a successor shall be appointed for the remainder of such terms by the same appointing authority as was the member who was succeeded. The council shall elect a chairman from among its members to serve for a term of two years from the date of his election. Members of the council, except the referee appointed by the Chief Justice, shall receive compensation for their services not to exceed one hundred dollars per diem. The referee appointed by the Chief Justice shall be compensated as provided in section 52-434. All members shall be reimbursed for expenses incurred in the performance of their duties from the budget of the Probate Court Administration Fund.
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