Singletary Should Disclose Potential Conflicts

A judge should disclose on the record information that the judge believes the parties or their lawyers might consider relevant to the question of disqualification, even if the judge believes there is no real basis for disqualification.

Commentary on Code of Judicial Conduct Canon 3(E)(1)


Minutes of the Mississippi Gaming Commission, May 17, 2007


Should this information have been disclosed to parties and lawyers? Special Master Britt Singletary long represented the IP and during such time that defendant Lee Bond was an executive.

All those involved in a judicial capacity should honor the letter and the spirit of the Code of Judicial Conduct and disclose any and all potential conflicts of interest.

2 thoughts on “Singletary Should Disclose Potential Conflicts”

  1. So I’m driving through downtown Goula this morning and see our trustee, Simpson, outside Dogan and Wilkinson chatting with Plaintiffs attorney, Reeves!!! Wonder why they’d all be there? Surely nothing shady…
    I’ll bet my pension that Harvey and Earl weren’t there!

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