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The powers and duties of the Superior and Municipal Courts are as prescribed by state law.
Any fees required to be collected by the Superior Court, Municipal Court or the Clerks of such Courts shall be deposited into the treasury of the City and County and distributed therefrom as provided for by state law.
Adult probation is a County function which is prescribed by state law. The Superior Court shall appoint the Chief Adult Probation Officer. The Chief Adult Probation Officer shall appoint such assistants, deputies and employees as may be allowed or provided by the Board of Supervisors.
The Chief Adult Probation Officer, and his or her assistants and deputies, shall have the powers and duties conferred upon such adult probation officers, assistants and deputies by state laws; and such additional duties as may be prescribed by ordinances of the Board of Supervisors.
The Juvenile Probation Commission shall consist of seven members who shall be appointed by the Mayor, pursuant to Section 3.100, for staggered four-year terms. Two of the members shall be appointed from lists of eligibles submitted to the Mayor by the Superior Court. The Juvenile Probation Department shall be a part of the executive branch.
Members may be removed by the Mayor only pursuant to Section 15.105.
Any member may serve concurrently as a member of the Juvenile Justice Commission created by state law and as a member of the Juvenile Probation Commission herein created.
The Chief Juvenile Probation Officer, assistants and deputies shall have the powers and duties conferred upon such Chief Juvenile Probation Officers, assistants and deputies by state law; and they shall perform all of the duties prescribed by such laws, and such additional duties as may be prescribed by ordinances of the Board of Supervisors.