SEC. 23-15-975. "Judicial office" defined; positions deemed positions as full-time positions; prohibition against practice of law.
As used in Sections 23-15-974 through 23-15-985 of this subarticle, the term "judicial office" includes the office of justice of the Supreme Court, judge of the Court of Appeals, circuit judge, chancellor, county court judge and family court judge. All such justices and judges shall be full-time positions and such justices and judges shall not engage in the practice of law before any court, administrative agency or other judicial or quasi-judicial forum except as provided by law for finalizing pending cases after election to judicial office.
SOURCES: Laws, 1994, ch 564, Sec. 77, eff from and after September 6, 1994 (the date the United States Attorney General interposed no objection to the addition of this section)