Ed Whelan's Amazing Amicus Brief on Judge Walker's Bias

On NRO's Legal Blog Bench Memos, Ed Whelan takes on the arguments that Judge Walker should not have recused himself and points us to his amazing amicus brief filed last year in the Prop 8 litigation:
"It must be rare, if not unprecedented, that a federal district judge has had his rulings in a case reversed three times before his final judgment is even presented for appellate review. But the occurrence of that rarity in this case barely begins to convey the breadth and depth of the judicial errors below. The purpose of this brief is to provide a survey of the district judge's remarkable course of misconduct in this case."
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