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188.8.131.52. A Permanent Judicial Commission shall hold only the powers prescribed by the Constitution of the Presbyterian Church (USA). The Permanent Judicial Commission fulfills the responsibilities specified by the Book of Order and the Rules of Discipline (D-5.0000).
184.108.40.206. The Permanent Judicial Commission consists of seven members elected in even numbered years for six-year terms. D-5.0102, 5.0103. To begin class rotation, one class shall serve for two, the second class for four years and the third class for six years. Upon expiration of the six-year term, there shall be a lapse of four years before a member may serve another term.