This site was designed to provide non-lawyers — as well as attorneys who do not specialize in matters of judicial ethics — with basic information about the grounds on which motions to disqualify judges and other adjudicators are made, the laws which governs the subject of judicial disqualification, and the jurisprudence that has developed with respect to this important subject. Visitors to this site can search for information about federal, state and international laws “on point,” as well as click on links to external websites that provide specific information about various aspects of judicial disqualification law.
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