Section 1901.16 | Powers when more than one judge.
When a municipal court consists of more than one judge:
(A) The several municipal judges may sit separately or otherwise, as the presiding judge directs, and shall meet at least once each month, and at such other times as are determined, for consideration of the business of the court.
(B) Any order made by the presiding judge under the special powers conferred upon him may be vacated, amended, or modified by the vote of a majority of the judges of the court.
(C) The administrative authority vested in judges constituting a municipal court shall be exercised by a majority vote of such judges, including the presiding judge.
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Available Versions of this Section
- August 19, 1975 – Enacted by House Bill 205 - 111th General Assembly [ View August 19, 1975 Version ]