215(b)(10), which governs the training requirements for judges qualified to preside over death penalty cases.
A) The chief judge shall not assign a judge to preside over a capital case in which the state is seeking the death penalty, or collateral proceedings brought by a death row inmate, until that judge has become qualified to do so by:
A 1789 Act of Congress required Supreme Court Justices to preside
twice a year over circuit courts scattered throughout the country.
It follows that the Senate may not, consistent with the "President of the Senate" clause, effectively deprive its president of the power to preside
by making his rulings impotent or by vesting a superior power to preside
in some other officer, or in a committee, or in the body as a whole.
Chairman Tom Ryan Presides
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White, 57, works in the Superior Court's North Valley District in Newhall, where he routinely presides
over arraignments, pleas, sentencings, motions, preliminary hearings and probation violations in criminal cases.
On the special 3000th show, Judge Wapner presides
over a case involving a hockey jersey to determine if it was game-worn by NHL great Andy Moog.
4--Ran in Conejo Edition only) Superior Court Judge Steven Perren presides
over a mock trial.
In the aftermath of the Simpson trial, which ended in October with acquittals, Ito has left his familiar, secured ninth-floor courtroom and presides
over a regular court calendar, from simple drug possession to simple murder.