|433||Title:||JUDICIAL OFFICERS (TENURE OF OFFICE) ORDINANCE||Gazette Number:||79 of 1995 s. 50|
|Section:||5||Heading:||Criminal proceedings against officer||Version Date:||01/07/1997|
(1) If criminal proceedings are instituted against an officer, proceedings under this Ordinance, other than under section 4, that are based on any grounds involved in the criminal proceedings shall not be taken pending final determination of the criminal proceedings.
(2) An officer who is acquitted of a criminal charge is not subject to further proceedings under this Ordinance for any matters in respect of which he has been acquitted, but he may be subject to further proceedings under this Ordinance for any other matters arising out of his conduct which do not raise substantially the same issues as those on which he has been acquitted.
(3) After final determination of the criminal proceedings, where the officer stands convicted, the Chief Justice shall submit a record of the relevant court proceedings to the Judicial Officers Recommendation Commission. (Amended 79 of 1995 s. 50)