[ ri-kyoo-zuh l ]
/ rɪˈkyu zəl /
the disqualification of a judge for a particular lawsuit or proceeding, especially due to some possible conflict of interest or prejudice.
Words nearby recusal
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Examples from the Web for recusal
“I would think they want to get the recusal motion settled before everything,” he said.Zimmerman’s Lawyers Ask Judge to Recuse Herself, Records Sealed|Aram Roston|April 17, 2012|DAILY BEAST
More significantly, it demonstrates that Canary continued to drive the case notwithstanding her “recusal.”