A federal trial judge in Ohio who twice sentenced a man to a day in jail in a child pornography case—despite being overturned after the first time—won't be on the bench when the case returns to the trial court.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit on Thursday ordered the reassignment of U.S. District Judge James Graham, prohibiting him from presiding over resentencing of an elderly man named Richard Bistline.

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