Recusal has been sought for a Georgia judge accused of telling a Black woman to keep her mouth shut while on the witness stand.

Now a debate over both judicial ethics and potential evidence is brewing, as lawyers on either side of the incident wait to learn whether Fulton County Superior Court Chief Judge Christopher S. Brasher will be recused.

Judge Rachel R. Krause, Fulton County Superior Court. Courtesy photo. Judge Rachel R. Krause, Fulton County Superior Court. (Courtesy photo)

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