Jurors are obliged to recuse themselves in the case of conflicts of interest.
Through letters to the involved parties, she admitted to failing to recuse herself in all five of the cases.
Doing so makes it unnecessary for judges to decide themselves whether to recuse.
Supreme Court Justices usually keep quiet about matters that might come before the court—or they recuse themselves.
Cuccinelli has been called on to recuse himself and his office from the case.
“I think it is a conflict under the federal statute and she would be required to recuse herself,” he said.
The decision on whether to recuse is ultimately up to the judge.
The judge said the royalty payment did not require him to recuse himself, according to 10th Circuit Clerk of Court Betsy Shumaker.
Or he may recuse the judge, which should be referred to the Suprema and not to arbiters, who cause much delay.
Boccaccio must have been a clever fellow to write both argument and story; I am not, et je me recuse.
late 14c., "to reject another's authority as prejudiced," from Old French recuser (13c.), from Latin recusare "make an objection against; decline, refuse, reject; be reluctant to," from re- (see re-) + causa (see cause (n.)). Specifically, in law, "reject or challenge (a judge or juror) as disqualified to act." The word now is used mostly reflectively. Related: Recused; recusing.