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Abbreviated CJC. The Code of Judicial Conduct was intended to establish standards for the ethical conduct of judges. It consists of broad statements called canons, specific rules set forth in lettered subsections under each canon, and Committee Commentary. It was formally adopted it in 1972. It has been superseded by the 1990 ABA Model Code of Judicial Conduct.

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