Defendant nevertheless argues that the trial court lacked jurisdiction and his convictions are void because, even if Judge Quinn presided under a current and valid oath of office, he failed to file his oath of office with the secretary of state. We disagree.
 District court judges are required by art. XII, § 9 of the Colorado Constitution to “file their oaths of office with the secretary of state.” See also Chief Justice Directive 85-25. Though the People argue that this requirement did not apply to Judge Quinn because he was a “senior” judge rather than a “district court” judge, we will assume that the requirement was applicable to Judge Quinn.