Canon 6. Compensation received for quasi-judicial and extra-judicial activities permitted by this code.
Judges may receive compensation and reimbursement of expenses for the quasi-judicial and extra-judicial activities permitted by this Code, if the source of such payments does not give the appearance of influencing judges in their judicial duties or otherwise give the appearance of impropriety, subject to the following restrictions:
Compensation should not exceed a reasonable amount nor should it exceed what a person who is not a judge would receive for the same activity.
B. Expense reimbursement.
Expense reimbursement should be limited to the actual cost of travel, food, and lodging reasonably incurred by judges and, where appropriate to the occasion, by their spouses.
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