Judicial Compensation Commission
The Judicial Compensation Commission (JCC) was created in 2007 by the 80th Texas Legislature to recommend the proper salaries to be paid by the state for all justices and judges of the Supreme Court, the Court of Criminal Appeals, the courts of appeals, and the district courts.
The Commission is required to take into consideration several factors, most importantly, the level of overall compensation adequate to attract the most highly qualified individuals in the state, from a diversity of life and professional experiences, to serve in the judiciary without unreasonable economic hardship and with judicial independence unaffected by financial concerns.
Back L to R: Rebeca Huddle, Isaac Castro, Conrith Davis, Fred Tate, Scott Salmans.
Front L to R: Linda Russell, William Strawn, Robert Lindsey.