||Is a judge required to disqualify himself or herself when a deputy attorney general representing all the judges of a district in a suit filed by the county clerk appears before a judge of the district as counsel of record in an unrelated matter?
||1. Is a judge disqualified from presiding over a case in which a party is represented by an attorney who has filed a separate lawsuit against the judge on behalf of another party in another court?
2. Is the judge disqualified from presiding over future cases in which the attorney represents one of the parties even if the case in which the judge was sued has been resolved?
||3D, 3E, 3F
||Is a district judge required to disqualify himself or herself in every matter which was pending in the county district attorney's office where the judge was a prosecutor before taking the bench?
||Is a judge required to recuse himself or herself from presiding in proceedings in which an attorney for a party(s) has participated in the judge's election campaign by engaging in any of the following activities or positions?
||2; 3E, 3E(1),
|1. Is a judge disqualified from presiding over a case when the judge's spouse, a medical doctor, has been retained by one of the parties to the litigation as a paid expert medical consultant?
2. Assuming the judge is not disqualified, must the judge disclose the business relationship between her spouse and the attorney appearing in her court?
||Is a family court hearing master disqualified from hearing cases prosecuted by deputy district attorneys who are supervised by the master's husband, an assistant district attorney?
||Is a justice court judge disqualified from hearing cases in which his or her former public agency client is a party?
||Is a justice of the peace disqualified from hearing civil eviction cases brought by owner of apartment complexes with whom the judge discusses eviction matters and has a social relationship?
||1. Will potential conflicts be created for a judge who hears criminal cases by the fact his/her father heads a state agency which includes divisions of criminal investigation, law enforcement and parole and probation?
2. Does the judge have a duty to disclose the position held by his/her father to criminal defendants and counsel?
||2, 2A; 3E(1),
|1. Is a judge disqualified from presiding over a case in which a party is represented by an attorney who is the opponent of the judge in an upcoming judicial election?
2. Assuming the judge is not disqualified, must the judge disclose that the attorney for the party is his opponent in an upcoming judicial election?
||Can a judge ethically preside over and rule in the criminal case of a defendant who had previously appeared before the judge in drug court?
||Can a judge ethically preside over unrelated cases involving attorneys whose firm represents the jurist's homeowners association? One of the attorneys from this firm is currently representing the association in a dispute with a third party.
||1. Are judges disqualified from presiding over cases in which a party is represented by an attorney from a law firm representing on a pro bono basis a judges' association of which the judges are members before the legislature in support of enactment of legislation increasing the number of judges within the district?
2. Assuming the judge is not disqualified must the judges disclose that the attorney for the party is from a law firm which is providing pro bono representation of the association in support of the legislation?
||May a judge preside over criminal or civil matters when one party is represented by an attorney from the local law firm where a child of the judge is working as an attorney?
||May a district judge preside in cases in which one of the parties is represented by an attorney or a member of the attorney's law firm if the attorney represented the district judge in unrelated administrative proceedings and civil litigation concerning the judge's compliance with the requirements of the NCJC?
||1. Is a judge required to recuse from cases in which the judge's election opponent serves as attorney?
2. Is a judge required to recuse from cases in which another attorney from the opponent's firm serves as counsel for a party?
||May a Nevada judge preside in a case involving substantive challenges to the validity of a proposed statute changing or an existing statute prescribing the rate for the tax on gross gaming revenue given the judge is related to persons who are not parties to the litigation but who are involved in certain transactions with or hold certain property interests associated with the operations of a licensed non-restricted gaming license?
||May a judge preside over cases in adult guardianship court for attorneys who are tenants in a commercial building owned by the judge?
|Is a judge required to disclose that current employees are using, or have used, a former court attorney to prepare wills and business documents?
|May the chief judge of a justice court adopt and implement a case management procedure that effectively disqualifies a justice court judge of such court from presiding in domestic violence cases because the judge so disqualified was convicted of the misdemeanor offense of battery domestic violence?
||2A; 3C(2) and (4)
||Is a judge required to disclose that the judge's law clerk is the child of a local attorney who routinely appears before the judge?
|Are the district judges of a particular judicial district disqualified from or required to make disclosures and obtain consent in presiding in cases in which a party is represented by an attorney who is a member of, or associated with, the law firm that has been retained by such judicial district?
||May a district judge preside in cases in which one of the parties is represented by an attorney or a member of the attorney's law firm if the attorney and the district judge were more than fifteen years prior in a romantic relationship and domestic partners?
||1, 1.2; 2, 2.2, 2.3,
2.4, 2.7, 2.11
| May a Supreme Court Justice who is directly related to a Justice of the Court of Appeals that presided over an appeal participate in future proceedings of that case where the Supreme Court has vacated the decision of the Court of Appeals and granted de novo review of the District Court decision?