A constitutional amendment on the Tuesday ballot in Texas, which was passed by voters, ends the requirement that state district and appellate jurists must leave the bench when they reach their 75th birthday.

But the effect that Proposition 14 will have on individual jurists depends on when an individual turns 75 during his or her term and whether the term is for four or six years.

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