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Court says California judges' job ban covers only time on bench

Posted By Paula Collis, Monday, June 30, 2014

California judges who want to stay in government work after retiring got a boost from a state appellate court, which said a law forbidding public employment during a judge's term of office is only a ban on moonlighting while in office.

That's different from the interpretations of the law by state Controller John Chiang, the attorney general's office, and a judge who heard the lawsuit by a longtime state appellate justice. They all said the ban covers the remaining years of the term for which a judge was appointed or elected, barring government employment for as long as a decade after retirement from the bench.

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