The committee was called back to order.
Cynthia Gray, Director, Center for Judicial Ethics at the National Center for State Courts, gave a presentation about judicial discipline. She discussed the composition of judicial commissions, and noted that other states, such as California and Montana, are also reviewing judicial discipline. She addressed the earlier questions about support services and notifications for complainants and answered that states have haphazard procedures, if any, in place. She next presented information about judicial discipline commission rules and what entities promulgate them. She noted that Colorado is an outlier regarding confidentiality and when a hearing is made public.