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Judicial conflicts of interest in Nev.

Michael J. Goodman and William C. Rempel of the Los Angeles Times analyzed court and campaign records and found that in Las Vegas, "some judges routinely rule in cases involving friends, former clients and business associates — and in favor of lawyers who fill their campaign coffers." Federal and Nevada judicial canons say judges should withdraw from cases where their impartiality might reasonably be questioned. Some lawyers even "spoke openly about its pernicious effects — particularly about how lawyers and their clients sometimes must pay to play on a level field."

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