Chief Justice and Judges of the Supreme Court; selection; residence; location of offices.
The Chief Justice and the Judges of the Supreme Court shall be selected as provided in this Article V. They may reside at the place where the court is located but shall reside within the state, and no Chief Justice or Judge of the Supreme Court shall be deemed thereby to have lost his or her residence at the place from which he or she was selected. The offices of the Chief Justice and Judges of the Supreme Court shall be at the place where the court is located.
Source:Neb. Const. art. VI, sec. 4 (1875); Amended 1908, Laws 1907, c. 202, sec. 2, p. 581; Amended 1920, Constitutional Convention, 1919-1920, No. 17; Transferred by Constitutional Convention, 1919-1920, art. V, sec. 4; Amended 1962, Laws 1961, c. 252, sec. 2(2), p. 742; Amended 1998, Laws 1998, LR 303CA, sec. 1.
Judges of the Supreme Court are created as a distinct class for all purposes of legislation affecting them. State ex rel. Day v. Hall, 129 Neb. 699, 262 N.W. 850 (1935); State ex rel. Taylor v. Hall, 129 Neb. 669, 262 N.W. 835 (1935).