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  • noun Plural form of recusal.

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Examples

  • The recusals were the same as on Ordinance No. 27882.

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  • How exciting to have a Deputy who recusals will cripple the department — why would Gates sign up for so much extra work, I wonder?

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  • Stephen Dichter, a Phoenix lawyer who has worked with both Roll and Anderson, said recusals by judges are not uncommon in the state.

    Judge in Loughner hearing probably knew judge who was killed

  • Justice Scalia cited rules for judicial recusals, which require judges to sit out cases where they could be biased, to buttress his opinion, but added that "restrictions on judges' speech during elections are another matter."

    High Court Upholds Legislators' Ethics Law

  • While the plan is supposed to encourage recusals, we think it's more likely it would limit recusals by Justices who doubt a fair result would be reached in their absence.

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  • Our sense is the revolving door is still swinging too widely, Sen. Ron Wyden said in an interview with the AP after he had reviewed the recusals.

    Gulf oil industry, government ties persist

  • Justice Scalia cited rules for judicial recusals, which require judges to sit out cases where they could be biased, to buttress his opinion, but added that "restrictions on judges' speech during elections are another matter."

    High Court Upholds Legislators' Ethics Law

  • Mr. Leahy said Saturday in a statement, "Given the recent public attention to the question of recusals on the Supreme Court, the New Year may provide another opportunity for us to consider this proposal."

    Chief Justice Responds to Recusal Calls in Health-Care Case

  • Our sense is the revolving door is still swinging too widely, Sen. Ron Wyden said in an interview with the AP after he had reviewed the recusals.

    Gulf oil industry, government ties persist

  • The court issued its last joint statement on recusal policies in 1993, when it set out some general ground rules for recusals involving justices' families but cautioned that "even one unnecessary recusal impairs the functioning of the court."

    Professors ask Congress for an ethics code for Supreme Court

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