I asked the judge at my sentencing hearing if he thought I was guilty, to which he responded "yes." He has a long history with the alleged victim and his family. He ordered a PFA, oversaw dependency hearings threatened me on the record with "nasty, nasty things." He obviously has ill will towards me and violated my constitutional rights. I believe judges are only immune when they make good faith rulings. Any advice?
Domestic Violence Lawyer
The attorney who assisted you in withdrawing your plea or the appeal would be in a better position to refer you to an attorney if he thought you had a case, but it doesn't sound like you do. Again, judges have immunity from these kinds of lawsuits.
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Criminal Defense Attorney
You can't be sentence for a crime unless you have been found guilty or pled guilty (or non contendere), so if you wer at a sentencing hearing, legally you were guilty. A motion to recuse is determined byt the judge you are asking to be recused in most circumstances. Did you make a motion to recuse? I'm not sure in what way you think he violated your constitutional rights.