Judges — Bias — Costs — Judge’s alleged bias did not constitute fundamental error where allegedly biased comments arose after trial court had heard argument and reviewed contracts involved in case — A trial judge may form mental impressions and opinions during the course of hearing evidence — Order on costs reversed where trial court did not itemize those recoverable costs pursuant to the Uniform Guidelines on Taxation of Costs
45 Fla. L. Weekly D806a
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