Do judges , police officers, fbi agents, and military regularly see a psycologist? any other positions require you to undergo evaluations

  The District of Columbia Commission on Judicial Disabilities and Tenure was created by the District of Columbia Court Reorganization Act of July 29, 1970. The Commission was reorganized, and its jurisdiction significantly enlarged, by the District of Columbia Self-Government and Governmental Reorganization Act of December 24, 1973, known as the “Home Rule Act”, and its jurisdiction was enlarged further by the Retired Judge Service Act of October 30, 1984.

    The Commission’s jurisdiction extends to all associate and senior judges of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals and the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. Its jurisdiction embraces four areas: (1) a judge’s conduct warranting disciplinary actions; (2) involuntary retirement of a judge for reasons of health; (3) evaluation of a judge who seeks reappointment upon the expiration of his or her term; and (4) evaluation of a judge who retires and wishes to continue judicial service as a senior judge.

former billionaire governor     DERIAN DOUGLAS HICKMAN

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