A Survey of state judicial fringe benefits
The Division, Jan 1, 1988 - Law - 345 pages
This publication contains the results of a survey of fringe benefits available to state judges conducted by the National Center for State Courts in each of the 50 states.
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Comparison of States to Committee Criteria
State by State Summaries of Judicial Fringe Benefits
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ACTIONS AGAINST JUDGES active judges annual salary annuity Appearing in Disciplinary Assessed Against Judges Attorney Fees Assessed Attorney Fees Judges Back to Judicial Basic Coverages Basic Eligibility Requirements beneficiaries of judges benefit equal coinsurance apply company pays l00X Compensation for Retired Contributions and Cost Cost of Coverage Coverage State contributes Covered and Benefits DEATH BENEFITS deductible and coinsurance dental insurance DENTAL PLAN Dentures disability benefit Disciplinary or Ethics eligible to receive Family Coverage federal social security Fees Judges Incur final average salary health insurance Incur When Appearing Individual Coverage Inpatient Services insurance company pays insurance coverage Judges Called Back Judicial Immunity Statute Mandatory Retirement Maximum Coverage month Judges contribute Outpatient Services pay these fees pays 80 Plaintiff's Attorney Fees Prescription Drugs reimburses Representation of Judges Retired Judges Called retirement benefits summarized RETIREMENT PLAN retirement system Root canal Selected Other Covered Services The insurance standard deductible Surviving spouses