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The superior court consists of 40 judges, five of whom shall be judges in the first judicial district, three of whom shall be judges in the second judicial district, 24 of whom shall be judges in the third judicial district, and eight of whom shall be judges in the fourth judicial district. At the time of submitting the names of nominees to the governor to fill a vacancy on the superior court bench, the judicial council shall also designate the district in which the appointee is to reside and serve.
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