Definition of recusal in English:



North American
  • See recuse

    • ‘No doubt he thought that, if he was biased against supporters of a rival, recusal was appropriate and in the interests of those lawyers.’
    • ‘In our case, at least, it was possible for recusal to take place with little inconvenience.’
    • ‘Any doubt must, of course, be resolved in favour of recusal.’
    • ‘These mechanisms are those for the disqualification, recusal, or self-recusal of judges.’
    • ‘Their recusal was also obviously appropriate.’