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AGO Opinions with Topic: COURT COMMISSIONERS
AGO 1957 No. 50 >  April 22, 1957
COURTS - COURT COMMISSIONERS - QUALIFICATIONS - POWERS - INCOMPATIBILITY WITH OFFICE OF PROBATION OFFICER - INCOMPATIBLE OFFICES - COURT COMMISSIONER AND CHIEF PROBATION OFFICER
COURTS ‑- COURT COMMISSIONERS ‑- QUALIFICATIONS ‑- POWERS ‑- INCOMPATIBILITY WITH OFFICE OF PROBATION OFFICER -- INCOMPATIBLE OFFICES ‑- COURT COMMISSIONER AND CHIEF PROBATION OFFICER (1) A court commissioner need not be a lawyer.  (2) The positions of court commissioner and chief probation officer are incompatible.  (3) A court commissioner is authorized to hear and determine all matters properly within the jurisdiction of the juvenile court.
AGO 1953 No. 463 >  January 19, 1953
COURT COMMISSIONERS - POWERS AND DUTIES - MARRIAGES - WHETHER A COURT COMMISSIONER HAS AUTHORITY TO PERFORM MARRIAGE CEREMONIES
COURT COMMISSIONERS ‑- POWERS AND DUTIES ‑- MARRIAGES ‑- WHETHER A COURT COMMISSIONER HAS AUTHORITY TO PERFORM MARRIAGE CEREMONIES The broad power granted court commissioners by the constitution has been specifically defined by the legislature, and does not include the power to perform marriage ceremonies.
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