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Supreme Court: Recusal not Required Though Attorney was Reference for Judge - Government Practice News

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Posted on: Mar 7, 2018

In January, the Indiana Supreme Court concluded in L.G. v. S.L., et al., 18S-AD-32, that a trial court judge was “not required to recuse himself from a case solely because counsel for one of the parties served as a professional reference and wrote a recommendation letter in support of a judge’s application for another judicial role.”

Read more at The Indiana Lawyer and the full opinion can be accessed here.

This article was submitted by Matthew R. Elliott, Office of the Attorney General. If you would like to submit content or write an article for the Government Practice Section, please email Kara Sikorski at ksikorski@indybar.org.

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