Judicial Disqualification: Recusal and Disqualification of Judges Third edition. Richard E. Flamm. Banks & Jordan, 2017. xxvi, 1173 pages. Hardcover. Ex-private law firm library with property stamps on the inside front cover, else very good. Publisher's Price USD 379. Special $195. * Contents: Part I. Introductory materials; Part II. Judicial bias; Part III. The extrajudicial source rule; Part IV. Appearances of bias; Part V. The standpoint for determining appearances; Part VI. The reasonable person standard; Part VII. Interest; Part VIII. Political support and opposition; Part IX. Familial relationships; Part X. Business and professional relationships; Part XI. Social relationships; Part XII. Background and experience; Part XIII. Prior work experience; Part XIV. Judicial conduct; Part XV. Ex parte communications; Part XVI. Judicial knowledge; Part XVII. Knowledge about a criminal defendant; Part XVIII. Judicial opinions; Part XIX. Judicial comments; Part XX. Judicial rulings. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. This volume's focus is on recusals; a planned second volume, expected in 2018, will focus on disqualifications. This title has been authoritatively relied on by a host of courts - including the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit in United States v. Microsoft Corp., 346 U.S. App. D.C. 330 (2001) -- as well as by the highest courts of a host of states.
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