Governing Documents

Overview

  • 9 Justices – Term is 3 academic years
  • 2 Proxies – Term is 1 academic year
  • Ex-officio, non voting members
  • Advisor serves as ex-officio, non voting member
  • Appointed by ASG President, Confirmed by Senate, GSC
  • Judicial Appointments, if made

Judiciary Responsibilities

  • To ensure fair and equitable treatment of all who come before you.
  • To consider all evidence fully and carefully before arriving at a decision.
  • To treat all students who appear before you with respect and dignity.
  • To adhere to all rules of confidentiality.
  • To uphold the standards set forth the ASG Constitution and Code.

Expectations

  • Report any effort to influence the Judicial board
  • Inform the Chief Justice and the ASG Advisor if you have any personal knowledge about a case that may cause you to be biased.
  • Review all case information prior to the start of the hearing
  • Maintain confidentiality as required
  • Attend all scheduled hearings and training sessions

Student Growth and Development

  • View students as learners who are growing and maturing.
  • Hold all students accountable for their actions.
  • Allow students to experience the consequences of their choices.
  • Aid students in understanding that their behavior may influence others.
  • Give them standards for examining their progress toward the attainment of those behavioral standards’
  • Make clear that failure to understand and act on those standards will jeopardize his or her opportunity to remain in ASG.

When does ASGJ Convene?

  • ASGJ membership issues
  • Asked for an interpretation of the Constitution or Code
  • Planning Elections & Events
  • Election Complaints
  • Allegation of misconduct filed against an elected or appointed ASG agent

Questions

For questions regarding the ASG Judicial Branch, please contact the ASG Chief Justice, Justyce Yuille, at asgjcj@uark.edu

For any complaints regarding ASG, please reference the general form attached.

ASGJ GENL COMPLAINT