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"Opinions formed by the judge on the basis of facts introduced or events occurring in the course of the current proceedings ... do not constitute a basis for a bias or partiality motion unless they display a deep-seated favoritism or antagonism that would make fair judgment impossible." Scalia for S.Ct. in U.S. v. Liteky.
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August 30, 2012 at 08:38 AM
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