The Arkansas Bar Association delegates decided to form a task force to study merit selection in March after the body discussed a series of Arkansas Democrat-Gazette articles about campaign contributions made to the justices, according to minutes from a March meeting. After the task force’s recommendation in support of merit selection was approved by the delegates in June, Hoggard appointed a task force to write a draft amendment. The draft, released to the delegates for review last month, proposed to create a nine-member commission to nominate justices for 14-year-terms. The commission would send three picks to the governor for final selection. Five of those members — enough to make a pick if the governor declined to — would have been lawyers appointed by the bar and the Supreme Court. The remaining members would be appointed by the governor, House speaker and Senate president pro tempore. interview skills for freshers ppt After talking interview with the governor, bar delegate Chad Pekron told his colleagues that any plan giving such appointment power to nonelected officials is medical interview at cardiff “DOA”– dead on arrival. “We all know that as a matter of practical reality, our association’s credibility with the General Assembly, with the governor’s office, is probably as low as it’s ever been, if we put this out there and try to use our resources on it, we’re blowing what little credibility we have,” Pekron said. During the delegates’ hourlong debate, Pekron also read aloud the Supreme Court’s resolution, which he said several of the justices asked him to do.
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