Some aspects of being a judge are left to personal discretion. A prime example is whether to recuse. That plainly involves the exercise of judicial power. But even actions that judges perform outside the courtroom totally at their discretion may still at least indirectly involve their official status.
The Red Mass
The Connecticut Law Tribune
January 4, 2013
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