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Author Flamm, Richard E.

Title Judicial disqualification : recusal and disqualification of judges / Richard E. Flamm
Edition Second edition
Published Berkeley, Calif. : Banks & Jordan Law Pub. Co., [2007]
©2007

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 MELB  KL 240.3 G1 Fla/Jdr 2007  AVAILABLE
Description xxvi, 1208 pages ; 24 cm
Contents Ch. 1. Introduction -- 2. Bases for disqualification -- 3. Bias -- 4. The extrajudicial sources rule -- 5. An appearance of bias -- 6. Interest -- 7. Familial and business relationships -- 8. Social relationships -- 9. Gifts, favors, and political support -- 10. Background and experience -- 11. Prior activity as an attorney -- 12. Judicial knowledge -- 13. Knowledge obtained in criminal proceedings -- 14. Ex parte communications -- 15. Judicial conduct -- 16. Adverse rulings or comments -- 17. Procedure -- 18. Timeliness -- 19. Legal sufficiency -- 20. Factors mitigating against disqualification -- 21. Tactical motivation of moving party -- 22. Procedure following disqualification -- 23. Federal disqualification provisions -- 24. Disqualification under 28 U.S.C. [Section] 455 -- 25. The relationship between 144 and 455 -- 26. Peremptory disqualification generally -- 27. Specific peremptory disqualification provisions -- 28. Disqualification for cause in state court -- 29. Disqualification in appellate and bankruptcy proceedings -- 30. Contempt proceedings -- 31. Criminal proceedings -- 32. Appellate remedies -- 33. Standard of review
Summary "This Banks & Jordan product is updated on a periodic basis with supplements to reflect important changes in the subject matter."
This book is a comprehensive and intensively-researched guide to the law which governs motions to disqualify judges in the federal and state courts of America
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Judges -- Disqualification -- United States.
Judicial ethics -- United States.
LC no. 95078382
ISBN 1890080047
9781890080044
Other Titles Recusal and disqualification of judges