Alaska Statutes.
Title 22. Judiciary
Chapter 10. The Superior Court
Section 130. Appointment and Duties of Presiding Judges.
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AS 22.10.130. Appointment and Duties of Presiding Judges.

The chief justice of the supreme court shall designate a presiding judge for each district. The presiding judge shall, in addition to regular judicial duties,

(1) assign the cases pending to the judges made available within the district;

(2) supervise the judges and their court personnel in the carrying out of their official duties within the district; and

(3) expedite and keep current the business of the court within the district.

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