Friday, November 19, 2010

Agenda posted for Redistricting Commission interviews

On Wednesday, December 8, the Arizona Commission on Appellate Court Appointments will meet to interview Democratic, Independent, and Republican applicants for the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission.

The meeting starts at 8 a.m.; the interviews commence at 9 a.m.

The agenda -

COMMISSION ON APPELLATE COURT APPOINTMENTS


A G E N D A

December 8, 2010

State Courts Building
1501 West Washington
Room 345
Phoenix, Arizona

8:00 a.m. Call to Order ...................................... Chief Justice Rebecca White Berch

Call for Public Comment

Legal Advice from Attorney General Regarding Eligibility Questions

Note: This discussion may be conducted in executive session in order to promote open and frank discussion of applicant qualifications, upon motion and approval by two-thirds of the members in attendance.

Approval of Interview Questions

Note: This discussion may be conducted in executive session to avoid public disclosure of the questions before the interviews, upon motion and approval by two-thirds of the members in attendance.

Approval of November 16 Minutes

Disqualifications and Disclosures

9:15 a.m. Interviews of Democratic Applicants

10:30 a.m. Discussion of Democratic Applicants and Interviews

Note: This discussion may include one or more executive sessions, if necessary for frank discussion of applicant qualifications, upon motion and approval by two-thirds of the members in attendance.

Selection of Democratic Nominees

Note: All voting will be conducted in public session in accordance with Supreme Court Rule 133(c)(5).

11:00 a.m. Interviews of Independent Applicants

11:50 a.m. Discussion of Independent Applicants and Interviews

Note: This discussion may include one or more executive sessions, if necessary for frank discussion of applicant qualifications, upon motion and approval by two-thirds of the members in attendance.

Selection of Independent Nominees

Note: All voting will be conducted in public session in accordance with Supreme Court Rule 133(c)(5).

12:15 p.m. Lunch

1:00 p.m. Interviews of Republican Applicants

2:15 p.m. Discussion of Republican Applicants and Interviews

Note: This discussion may include one or more executive sessions, if necessary for frank discussion of applicant qualifications, upon motion and approval by two-thirds of the members in attendance.

Selection of Republican Nominees

Note: All voting will be conducted in public session in accordance with Supreme Court Rule 133(c)(5).

Adjourn

Public Notice: In accordance with Supreme Court Rule 130(f), the Commission shall hold an executive session upon a two-thirds vote of the Commissioners in attendance in order to promote open and frank discussion of applicant qualifications or to conduct a portion of an interview. To encourage frank discussion, the substance of deliberations in executive session shall not be disclosed by a Commissioner.
Supreme Court Rules 130(f) and 133(c)(5) can be found here.
 
Later...
 

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