8-204. Termination of appointment; hearing; notice
A. The director of juvenile court services shall serve at the pleasure of the presiding judge of the juvenile court.
B. In counties which have adopted or hereafter adopt a limited county employee merit system pursuant to title 11, chapter 2, article 10 or a judicial merit system, all employees of the juvenile court other than the director of juvenile court services shall be included in such county merit system or judicial merit system and entitled to the same privileges and protections provided in such merit system for other county employees or court employees.
C. In counties without a county employee merit system the employment of a juvenile probation officer, who has served in such position for more than two years, shall not be terminated involuntarily unless written notice of the cause for termination is given to the juvenile probation officer. Such juvenile probation officer may within three days after such notice request that the presiding judge of the juvenile court review the termination, and the presiding judge of the juvenile court shall within ten days after such request for review hear the matter, and the juvenile probation officer shall be permitted to present evidence on his own behalf at such hearing. The presiding judge of the juvenile court shall either affirm or withdraw the termination notice, and his decision shall be final and not appealable.Section: Previous 8-172 8-173 8-201 8-201.01 8-202 8-203 8-203.01 8-204 8-205 8-206 8-207 8-208 8-209 8-221 8-222 Next
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