Disobeying Request For Disqualification


1. That the offender is a public officer;
2. That a proceeding is pending before such public officer;
3. That there is a question brought before the
    proper authority regarding his jurisdiction, which is
    not yet decided;
4. That he has been lawfully required to refrain from
    continuing the proceeding; and
5. That he continues the proceeding.

The disobedient officer is liable even if the jurisdictional
question is resolved in his favor.


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