Attorneys, law professors weigh in on whether McCulloch should step aside in fatal shooting case
Typically, recusals come about if a prosecutor or judge believes a conflict of interest would prohibit them from doing their jobs. Often, they relate to someone having a close, personal relationship, such as being a close friend or the person is a relative.
By Ed SilversteinAugust 21, 2014
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