Penal Code § 94

94.  Every judicial officer who asks or receives any emolument,
gratuity, or reward, or any promise thereof, except such as may be
authorized by law, for doing any official act, is guilty of a
misdemeanor. The lawful compensation of a temporary judge shall be
prescribed by Judicial Council rule. Every judicial officer who shall
ask or receive the whole or any part of the fees allowed by law to
any stenographer or reporter appointed by him or her, or any other
person, to record the proceedings of any court or investigation held
by him or her, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction
thereof shall forfeit his or her office. Any stenographer or
reporter, appointed by any judicial officer in this state, who shall
pay, or offer to pay, the whole or any part of the fees allowed him
or her by law, for his or her appointment or retention in office,
shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall
be forever disqualified from holding any similar office in the courts
of this state.

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