Utah Supreme Court
The Utah Supreme Court is the state supreme court of Utah. It has final authority of interpretation of the Utah Constitution. The Utah Supreme Court is composed of five members: a chief justice, an associate chief justice, and three justices. All Justices are appointed by the governor of Utah, with confirmation by the Utah Senate. The justices vote amongst themselves for the chief justice and associate chief justice, who each serve a term of four years.
In 2007, the Justices were:
- Chief Justice Christine M. Durham Appointed 1982, became Chief Justice April, 2002.
- Associate Chief Justice Michael J. Wilkins Appointed January, 2000.
- Justice Matthew B. Durrant Appointed January, 2000.
- Justice Jill N. Parrish Appointed January, 2003.
- Justice Ronald E. Nehring Appointed May, 2003.
Utah Supreme Court rulings on ballot measures
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