City Council Meeting - FINAL
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Jessica Cortes, Court Administrator
Consideration of Appointment:
Magistrate for the Flagstaff Municipal Court.
STAFF RECOMMENDED ACTION:
Approve the appointment of Andrew Moore as Magistrate.
Appointment of all magistrates is required to be completed by the Flagstaff City Council for a two-year term under both the City Charter and FCC Section 1-15-001-0002(A). Appointment of Magistrates for the Municipal Court allows for ongoing operations of the court without interruption.
Magistrates hear criminal, civil, traffic and local code violations that are filed in the Flagstaff Municipal Court. They conduct trials, both jury and non-jury, and sentence individuals within the parameters set by law. Magistrates are required for the ongoing operational needs of the Municipal Court. Magistrates are critical to the criminal and civil processes of the judicial branch.
Funding for all judicial positions is included in the approved budget of the Flagstaff Municipal Court. No additional budgetary impact is anticipated.
Magistrates are critical to the criminal and civil processes of the judicial branch. This appointment helps to maintain an independent judiciary that is necessary for the ongoing operations of our local government. A strong, independent, and fair judicial branch provides balance to criminal and civil matters that require resolution within our municipality.
Connection to PBB Priorities/Objectives, Carbon Neutrality Plan & Regional Plan:
Priority Based Budget Key Community Priorities and Objectives
Personnel - Attract and retain quality staff.
Has There Been Previous Council Decision on This:
Judge Moore has been appointed as an On-Call Magistrate by the City Council and has been serving in the Flagstaff Municipal Court for approximately two years.
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