Swastikas and Diversity Directors: Judge Lynn Hughes Explains His Remarks, 5th Circuit Denies Writ Seeking to Recuse Him

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In a Sept. 16 opinion from Hughes denying the recusal motion, Hughes explained that his comments were neither biased nor bigoted.

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  • Dee

    At the very least, Judge Hughes' comments (and the shear number of them) show a lack of discretion, sensitivity and judicial temperment. How sad.

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