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Chief Justice or Acting Chief Justice and the Commission on
Judicial Performance, be retired from office. * * *
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75061. Disability retirement; prerequisites.
(a) Any person who becomes a judge during the period
of January 1, 1980, through December 31, 1988, shall not be
eligible to be retired for disability unless the judge is
credited with at least two years of judicial service or
unless the disability is a result of injury or disease
arising out of and in the course of judicial service.
Judges who are retired under CGC sections 75025 and 75060(a) are
eligible for benefits which are calculated and paid pursuant to
article 3.6, Benefits Payable, CGC sections 75075 (West 1993) and
75076(a) (West Supp. 2002):
75075. Election of benefits.
Any judge hereafter retiring pursuant to Section 75025
or 75060 may elect to receive the benefits accorded by this
article if he or she retires for service or disability prior
to the end of the term of office during which he or she
attains the age of 70 years.
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75076. Retirement allowances; contributions for prior
(a) A judge who qualifies, as prescribed in Section
75075, to receive the benefits accorded by this article
shall receive a retirement allowance equal to 65 percent of
the salary payable, at the time payment of the allowance
falls due, to the judge holding the judicial office to which
he or she was last elected or appointed; except that if upon
retirement a judge has received credit for 20 or more years
of service rendered prior to the expiration of the time
within which the judge is eligible to elect to receive the
benefits accorded by this article and for which he or she
has contributed to the Judges’ Retirement Fund his or her
retirement allowance shall equal 75 percent of that salary.
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