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In my non-profit organization, there is a Board of Directors consisting of seven members.  The Bylaws stipulate that charges of misconduct of an organization member be filed to the Board for a hearing.  The Board then decides if the charges are warranted and what disciplinary action is to be taken against the member.  A matter currently before the Board involves the Chairman's son and grandson.  His son has filed  charges of misconduct against another organization member.  Should the Chairman excuse himself from being a part of the hearing and casting a vote on the disciplinary procedures?  He doesn't think he needs to do that, and other Board members agree with him.

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