Rule 14. Involuntary Retirement.

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A judge who is advised to retire voluntarily and who refuses may be retired involuntarily by the Supreme Court following the filing of a formal complaint, a public hearing thereon before the Commission, and a report containing a finding that he is physically or mentally disabled, and recommendation to the court that such action be taken.

Associated Court Rules: 
Rules of Procedure of the Arkansas Judicial Discipline and Disability Commission