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Judicial Branch

The Judicial Council of the ASUCR shall be vested with the judicial authority of the Association. The Council’s authority shall extend to all judicial cases, including having the sole authority to resolve conflicts between the Legislative or Executive Branches and/or within the branches themselves.

Justices are tasked with ensuring the efficient and ethical operations of ASUCR, which involves understanding of the ASUCR Constitution and Bylaws, reviewing financial allocations, verifying the legality of all approved legislation, regulating and reviewing all elections violations during the yearly elections, and reviewing any cases of a request for censure and/or removal of a member of ASUCR as outlined in the ASUCR Constitution and Bylaws.

Rume Diamreyan

 Rume Diamreyan

Starla Carrillo

 Starla Carrillo

Peter Haddad

Peter Haddad

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Secretary of the Court

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Judicial Fellow

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Judicial Fellow

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Judicial Fellow

Preamble

We, the undergraduate students of the Riverside campus of the University of California, bestow governing authority to the Associated Students of the University of California at Riverside, an independent, student-directed, unincorporated, directly elected, three-branch student government, in order to set forth the ideals herein: to supplement and complement formal and informal education on this University of California campus; to propagate the general well-being of undergraduates; to fairly represent student interests, needs and welfare within the University community; to represent and articulate our rights to a voice in campus governance by fostering recognition of the rights of students and providing a forum to articulate and represent the views and interests of students; to recognize, represent, and support the diversity of needs and views of students at the University; to provide for the expression of student opinion and interests to the community at large on issues affecting student life; to provide services and coordinate activities for students, while advancing our common interests and concerns as students and as citizens; and, in pursuit of these ideals, through independent action and in concert with other constituencies of the university community, we hereby adopt this Constitution as the primary document governing the Associated Students of the University of California at Riverside.

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