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apprehended bias

Overview page. Subjects: Law.

A ground on which judges are disqualified from hearing a case before them (see also recuse). The test to be applied is whether a fair-mindedlay observer might reasonably apprehend that ...


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Jackson-Black Feud

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The Supreme Court's unique role of final constitutional umpire has depended in part on maintaining a public image of impartiality. Following Chief Justice Harlan F. Stone's death in 1946, a...

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Judicial Ethics

Overview page. Subjects: Law.

Rules of judicial ethics address three aspects of judicial conduct. The first is a judge's conduct as a judge. The second is the circumstances in which a judge should refrain ...

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