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20-438. Specialized divisions of district court; establishment; assignment of personnel. Whenever the judges of the district court deem it necessary for the efficient and effective administration of justice, and with approval of the supreme court, such judges may establish specialized divisions of such district court. Such divisions may be established for, but not limited to, the following purposes: Probate matters, traffic cases, juvenile matters, domestic cases or any combination thereof. The chief judge, with the approval of the other judges of the district court, shall provide for the assignment and reassignment of judges to any specialized division established as provided in this section, and the chief judge shall provide for the assignment of cases to any such division. The chief judge also may assign a clerk of the district court, or an assistant or deputy district court clerk, to any such division to serve as chief clerk of such division. Such other personnel of the district court as are necessary for the operation thereof may be assigned to any such specialized division by the chief judge.

History: L. 1976, ch. 146, § 35; L. 1999, ch. 57, § 26; July 1.

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