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Friday, June 26, 2015

Nebraska Supreme Court Nominating Commission

Each of the seven seats on the Nebraska Supreme Court has its own judicial nominating commission. These commissions consist of nine members: a Supreme Court judge, four members selected by the bar, and four members appointed by the governor. According to Omaha.com one of four nominees for the Nebraska Supreme Court served as an alternate on a nominating commission and may be barred from the appointment to the court. "A little-known provision of the state constitution," says that "finalists for judgeships may not have served on a nominating commission for at least two years prior to their nomination to the bench."

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