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  1. Traynor v. Leclerc, 561 N.W. 2d 644 (1997)
  2. State v. Hanson, 558 N.W.2d 611 (1996)
  3. Schempp-Cook v. Cook, 455 N.W.2d 216 (1990)
  4. Admission of Thompson, 342 N.W.2d 393 (1983)

Section 3. The supreme court shall have authority to promulgate rules of procedure, including appellate procedure, to be followed by all the courts of this state; and, unless otherwise provided by law, to promulgate rules and regulations for the admission to practice, conduct, disciplining, and disbarment of attorneys at law.

The chief justice shall be the administrative head of the unified judicial system. He may assign judges, including retired judges, for temporary duty in any court or district under such rules and regulations as may be promulgated by the supreme court. The chief justice shall appoint a court administrator for the unified judicial system. Unless otherwise provided by law, the powers, duties, qualifications, and terms of office of the court administrator, and other court officials, shall be as provided by rules of the court.

[Adopted Sep. 7, 1976]

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