Judicial disqualification, also referred to as recusal, refers to the act of abstaining
from ... Generally, each judge is the arbiter of a motion for the judge's recusal,
which is addressed to t...
Assuming that the judge does not disqualify himself or herself sua sponte,
counsel may consider filing a motion to disqualify or recuse the trial judge from
Motions to recuse or disqualify judges and other adjudicators have been made
for all sorts of reasons. Most commonly such motions are predicated upon a claim
Sep 15, 2014 ... Our firm assisted the pro se litigant in filing a motion to disqualify and recuse the
judge. The judge granted the motion, and another judge was ...
(3) A motion to disqualify a judge may not be made after the judge has ruled
upon any petition, demurrer or motion other than a motion to extend time in the ...
Judicial Disqualification: Recusal and Disqualification of Judges by Richard E.
Flamm 2nd Edition. Sec. ... 1-23. Motion for Disqualification of Judicial Authority.
Jul 1, 2011 ... It might behoove a litigant first to serve the judge with notice of intent to file a
disqualification motion, attaching a copy of the prospective motion ...
Oct 20, 2014 ... As grounds for this motion, Plaintiff alleges: 1. The disqualification of a Judge is
not a reflection on the personal ethics, qualifications or abilities ...
Dec 1, 2009 ... MOTION FOR DISQUALIFICATION OF JUDGE. COMES NOW the ... In support of
this motion, the Defendant alleges and states: 1. The current ...
(a) Motion; Form and Contents. A party in a case in any trial court other than a
statutory probate court or justice court may seek to recuse or disqualify a judge ...