North Dakota Century Code Title 27. Judicial Branch of Government § 27-05-05. Presiding judge of district--How determined--Term of office
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The district and county judges in judicial districts of this state having more than one district judge shall elect from among the district judges a presiding judge who shall serve for a period of three years beginning January 1, 1992. A presiding judge in districts having more than one district judge must be elected every three years. In the event of a vacancy, a presiding judge must be elected in the manner provided in this section to serve the remainder of the term.
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