in The Oxford Companion to the Supreme Court of the United States
January 2005; p ublished online January 2005 .
Reference Entry. Subjects: Courts and Procedure. 69 words.
A judge may be recused (from Lat., recusare, “to refuse”) from participating in the hearing or decision of a
CDF Trial, Prosecutor v Norman (Samuel Hinga), Decision on the motion to recuse judge Winter from the deliberation in the preliminary motion on the recruitment of child soldiers, Case No SCSL-2004-14-PT, ICL 52 (SCSL 2004), 28th May 2004, Appeals Chamber (SCSL)
Legal Material. Subjects: International Criminal Law; Public International Law; International Law; Law. 4862 words.
Whether Judge Winter's previous professional involvement in issues concerning children's rights gave rise to an unacceptable appearance of bias.
Čelebici, Prosecutor v Delalić (Zejnil) and ors, Decision of the bureau on motion to disqualify judges pursuant to Rule 15 or in the alternative that certain judges recuse themselves, Case No IT-96-21-T, ICL 54 (ICTY 1999), 25th October 1999, Bureau of the Appeals Chamber (ICTY)
Legal Material. Subjects: Public International Law; International Law; Law. 6249 words.
Whether fulfilment by a judge of the Tribunal of his or her duty to participate in a plenary assembly of judges in the determination of a judge’s compatibility with Article 13(1) of the...