I what are my optiona to complain on a Judge?
Dealing with a bad custody case in a state I nor my daughter lives. Judge had me running to DC from VA on status hearings since 2/14/19. He set another status hearing and me he saw a review I did online about him. I think hs is bias. He refused my motion to recuse himself. I asked for a guardian at litem in March he has refused to appoint one. What can I do?
- Anonymous11 months ago
Let us guess you are a fool without an Atty, right?
- FoofaLv 711 months ago
The lawyer you're paying (unless you're an idiot) should be able to advise you on this.
- 11 months ago
Don't do it. You might get a new judge assigned but they will then bend you ever the witness box and stick it to you.
- 11 months ago
Stick to the law and material facts and appellate cases. Prove your case with admissible evidence, then hold the judge accountable with appellate case history; that is his authority, not you whining.
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- Jimmy CLv 711 months ago
It is not a good idea to give a judge a bad review before the case is settled. It does not help your case.
- ExoplanetLv 711 months ago
You complain about "running" to DC from VA. They are adjacent. No info given about who moved where when. There is a law about the proper jurisdiction called the UCCJEA. You address none of it. The case started in February. So what? It's recent. No GAL appointed. But appointing a GAL is the judge's discretion. I hear much whining and no legal argument whatsoever. What you can do is learn family law or hire an appropriate attorney. The facts which you don't state, matter. You may or may not have a good case, but your approach, trying to publicly shame and / or pick a fight with the judge, as you've discovered, won't work. Present the law and the facts.
- SlickterpLv 711 months ago
If your daughter doesn't live in DC, then the jurisdiction is wrong.
- `Lv 711 months ago
Not a smart decision to post a review before your case is settled. Remove the review and hire an attorney who can review your case and advise you of your options.
- STEVEN FLv 711 months ago
You can do what you SHOULD have done in JANUARY and hire an attorney. The FIRST thing they will tell you is the judge isn't the one being unreasonable.