SB57: Judges; increases number in 19th and 25th Judicial Districts.


VIRGINIA ACTS OF ASSEMBLY -- CHAPTER
An Act to amend and reenact § 16.1-69.6:1 of the Code of Virginia, relating to number of district court judges.
[S 57]
Approved

 

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Virginia:

1. That § 16.1-69.6:1 of the Code of Virginia is amended and reenacted as follows:

§ 16.1-69.6:1. Number of judges.

For the several judicial districts there shall be full-time general district court judges and juvenile and domestic relations district court judges, the maximum number as hereinafter set forth, who shall during their service reside within their respective districts, except as provided in § 16.1-69.16, and whose compensation and powers shall be the same as now and hereafter prescribed for general district court judges and juvenile and domestic relations district court judges.

The maximum number of judges of the districts shall be as follows:

 

General District

Juvenile and Domestic

 

Court Judges

Relations District Court Judges

First

4

4

Second

7

7

Two-A

1

1

Third

2

3

Fourth

6

5

Fifth

2

2

Sixth

4

2

Seventh

4

4

Eighth

3

3

Ninth

3

4

Tenth

3

4

Eleventh

3

3

Twelfth

5

6

Thirteenth

6

4

Fourteenth

5

5

Fifteenth

8

10

Sixteenth

4

6

Seventeenth

3

2

Eighteenth

2

2

Nineteenth

11

7 8

Twentieth

4

3

Twenty-first

1

2

Twenty-second

2

4

Twenty-third

4

5

Twenty-fourth

3

6

Twenty-fifth

3 4

5

Twenty-sixth

5

7

Twenty-seventh

5

5

Twenty-eighth

2

3

Twenty-ninth

2

3

Thirtieth

2

2

Thirty-first

5

5

The election or appointment of any district judge shall be subject to the provisions of § 16.1-69.9:3.

2. That the provisions of this act shall become effective on July 1, 2018.

SENATE BILL NO. 57
AMENDMENT IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE
(Proposed by the Senate Committee for Courts of Justice
on January 18, 2016)
(Patrons Prior to Substitute--Senators Howell and Deeds [SB 347])
A BILL to amend and reenact § 16.1-69.6:1 of the Code of Virginia, relating to number of district court judges.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Virginia:

1. That § 16.1-69.6:1 of the Code of Virginia is amended and reenacted as follows:

§ 16.1-69.6:1. Number of judges.

For the several judicial districts there shall be full-time general district court judges and juvenile and domestic relations district court judges, the maximum number as hereinafter set forth, who shall during their service reside within their respective districts, except as provided in § 16.1-69.16, and whose compensation and powers shall be the same as now and hereafter prescribed for general district court judges and juvenile and domestic relations district court judges.

The maximum number of judges of the districts shall be as follows:

 

General District

Juvenile and Domestic

 

Court Judges

Relations District Court Judges

First

4

4

Second

7

7

Two-A

1

1

Third

2

3

Fourth

6

5

Fifth

2

2

Sixth

4

2

Seventh

4

4

Eighth

3

3

Ninth

3

4

Tenth

3

4

Eleventh

3

3

Twelfth

5

6

Thirteenth

6

4

Fourteenth

5

5

Fifteenth

8

10

Sixteenth

4

6

Seventeenth

3

2

Eighteenth

2

2

Nineteenth

11

7 8

Twentieth

4

3

Twenty-first

1

2

Twenty-second

2

4

Twenty-third

4

5

Twenty-fourth

3

6

Twenty-fifth

3 4

5

Twenty-sixth

5

7

Twenty-seventh

5

5

Twenty-eighth

2

3

Twenty-ninth

2

3

Thirtieth

2

2

Thirty-first

5

5

The election or appointment of any district judge shall be subject to the provisions of § 16.1-69.9:3.

SENATE BILL NO. 57

Offered January 13, 2016
Prefiled December 16, 2015
A BILL to amend and reenact § 16.1-69.6:1 of the Code of Virginia, relating to number of district court judges.
Patron-- Howell

Referred to Committee for Courts of Justice

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Virginia:

1. That § 16.1-69.6:1 of the Code of Virginia is amended and reenacted as follows:

§ 16.1-69.6:1. Number of judges.

For the several judicial districts there shall be full-time general district court judges and juvenile and domestic relations district court judges, the maximum number as hereinafter set forth, who shall during their service reside within their respective districts, except as provided in § 16.1-69.16, and whose compensation and powers shall be the same as now and hereafter prescribed for general district court judges and juvenile and domestic relations district court judges.

The maximum number of judges of the districts shall be as follows:

 

General District
Court Judges

Juvenile and Domestic
Relations District Court Judges

First

4

4

Second

7

7

Two-A

1

1

Third

2

3

Fourth

6

5

Fifth

2

2

Sixth

4

2

Seventh

4

4

Eighth

3

3

Ninth

3

4

Tenth

3

4

Eleventh

3

3

Twelfth

5

6

Thirteenth

6

4

Fourteenth

5

5

Fifteenth

8

10

Sixteenth

4

6

Seventeenth

3

2

Eighteenth

2

2

Nineteenth

11

7 8

Twentieth

4

3

Twenty-first

1

2

Twenty-second

2

4

Twenty-third

4

5

Twenty-fourth

3

6

Twenty-fifth

3 4

5

Twenty-sixth

5

7

Twenty-seventh

5

5

Twenty-eighth

2

3

Twenty-ninth

2

3

Thirtieth

2

2

Thirty-first

5

5

The election or appointment of any district judge shall be subject to the provisions of § 16.1-69.9:3.