2017 Rhode Island General Laws
Title 8 - Courts and Civil Procedure–Courts
Chapter 8-3 - Justices of Supreme, Superior, and Family Courts
- Section 8-3-1 - Engagement of office - Restriction on practice of law.
- Section 8-3-2 - Precedence of associate justices.
- Section 8-3-3 - Vacancy in office or inability of chief justice of supreme court.
- Section 8-3-4 - Vacancy in office, inability, or absence of presiding justice of superior court.
- Section 8-3-5 - Repealed.
- Section 8-3-6 - Justices as conservators of peace - Powers in criminal cases.
- Section 8-3-7 - Retirement of justices on reduced pay - Assignment as associate justices.
- Section 8-3-7.1 - Repealed.
- Section 8-3-7.2 - No incremental retirement benefit for temporary service as chief justice, presiding justice or chief judge.
- Section 8-3-8 - Retirement of justices on full pay - Assignment as associate justices.
- Section 8-3-8.1 - Repealed.
- Section 8-3-8.2 - No incremental retirement benefit for temporary service as chief justice, presiding justice or chief judge.
- Section 8-3-9 - Computation of service time as to former courts.
- Section 8-3-10 - Service after retirement.
- Section 8-3-11 - Allowances to surviving spouses, domestic partners or minor children of deceased justices.
- Section 8-3-12 - Retirement of judges with general assembly or office service.
- Section 8-3-13 - Pension for surviving spouses or domestic partners of judges dying prior to May 10, 1974.
- Section 8-3-14 - Applicability of §§ 8-3-12 - 8-3-14.
- Section 8-3-15 - Cost-of-living allowance.
- Section 8-3-16 - Retirement contribution.
- Section 8-3-17 - State contributions.
- Section 8-3-18 - Calculation of retirement benefits.
- Section 8-3-19 - Domestic partner - Definition.
- Section 8-3-20 - Severability.
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