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  • Judicial Disqualification: Recusal and Disqualification of Judges by Richard E. Flamm 2nd Edition
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    • Sec. 51-39. Disqualification by relationship or interest. Judge or family support magistrate may act with consent of parties.

    • Sec. 51-51s. Disqualification of judge, compensation commissioner or family support magistrate.

    • Sec. 51-183. Substitute judge.

    • Sec. 51-183a. Judges inability to hold court.

    • Sec. 51-183c. Same judge not to preside at new trial.

    • Sec. 51-183d. Disqualified judge; Proceeding not void.

    • Sec. 51-183f. Expiration of term, disability retirement, death or resignation of judge.

    • Sec. 52-268. New trial when judge, stenographer or court reporter dies or becomes incapacitated and review of errors not possible.

    Connecticut Practice Book

    • Canon 3. A judge should perform the duties of judicial office. Impartially and diligently (c). Disqualification

    • Sec. 1-22. Disqualification of Judicial Authority

    • Sec. 1-23. Motion for Disqualification of Judicial Authority


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