Herion v. Fieldcrest Cannon, Inc., February 23, 2000 (Tennille)(unpublished)

The Court found no bias or prejudice warranting that it enter an order recusing another judge. Bias requires a showing of personal enmity by the judge toward the party seeking to disqualify. Errors of law will not support recusal, as those are a matter for appeal. Nor did the judge's threats to hold counsel in contempt warrant recusal. The fact that the judge, who was partially retired, also conducted a mediation practice did not warrant recusal either.

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