I am not quite sure as to what your question is. If what you mean by the phrase "paper the judge" is to try and have him removed from your case and have your case assigned to another judge, then you need to look to C.C.P. Sections 170 - 170.9.
Unfortunately, pursuant to Section 170.6, such a challenge to the judge will not be entertained after a trial on the cause has already commenced. And it appears that since a Writ of Execution has been given by the Court that not only has the trial been commenced, it's over and done with and a judgment has been entered against you.
It is therefore too late to try and disqualify the judge. However, if you appeal the judgment and that judgment is reversed, then at that time you may bring a motion to disqualify the judge pursuant to C.C.P. Section 170.6.
The following is the relevant portion of C.C.P. Section 170.6"...In no event shall a judge, court commissioner, or referee entertain the motion if it is made after the drawing of the name of the first juror, or if there is no jury, after the making of an opening statement by counsel for plaintiff, or if there is no opening statement by counsel for plaintiff, then after swearing in the first witness or the giving of any evidence or after trial of the cause has otherwise commenced."
For the complete text of C.C.P. Section 170 - 170.9 please follow this link:
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