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Bill Lueders column: Recusal is issue in state Supreme Court race

8:14 PM, Mar. 10, 2013
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In 2010, the Wisconsin Supreme Court reinstated a criminal conviction against Dimitri Henley. Afterward, his lawyers filed a motion arguing that Justice Patience Roggensack should have recused herself from taking part, given her role in a case involving Henley's co-defendant.

This motion was later denied, on a 4-3 vote. What surprised and even shocked some court observers was that Roggensack took part in this ruling.

"Justice Roggensack's participation in judging her own conduct showed astounding disregard for legal ethics and every litigant's right to impartial justice," ...

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