Rules for misdemeanor citations and interpreters, along with electing a new member of the Board of Court Reporting, will be on the table when the Judicial Council of Georgia gathers at 10 a.m. Friday in the James H. “Sloppy” Floyd Building across the street from the state Capitol.

The council announced the agenda Wednesday. Plans include budget review as well as reports and actions from some of the standing committees, including Criminal Justice Reform, Court Reporting Matters and the Commission on Interpreters. The Committee on Criminal Justice Reform will be requesting approval of amendments made to the Rules for Use of Uniform Misdemeanor Citation, Accusation and Summons. The Commission on Interpreters will present for approval the final version of its Model Administrative Protocol. The Court Reporting Matters Committee will make a recommendation to fill the open seat on Board of Court Reporting.

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