Recuse



verb (used with object), recused, recusing.
1.
to reject or challenge (a judge or juror) as disqualified to act, especially because of interest or bias.
verb (used without object), recused, recusing.
2.
to withdraw from a position of judging so as to avoid any semblance of partiality or bias.
verb (US & Canadian, South African)
1.
(transitive; reflexive) to remove from participation in a court case due to potential prejudice or partiality

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