Effective July 1, 2004, the salary of a district court judge shall be as last recommended
by the judicial salary commission. Effective July 1, 2007, and every six years thereafter, the salary of each district
court judge of the various district courts of the State shall be as last recommended
by the commission on salaries pursuant to section 26-56, unless disapproved by the legislature.
Whenever the chief justice appoints a district court judge of any of the various district
courts of the State to serve temporarily as a circuit court judge of any of the various
circuit courts of the State, the judge shall receive per diem compensation for the
days on which actual service is rendered based on the monthly rate of compensation
paid to a circuit court judge. For the purpose of determining per diem compensation in this section, a month shall
be deemed to consist of twenty-one days.
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