The LASC has inadequate laws, rules, and processes with inadequate trained judges who abuse their power than apply law and work with law.
Sure you can file a lawsuit. The real question is would you have a chance of winning? The answer to that... about as much of a snowballs chance in Phoenix this time of the year. You make lots of conclusive statements, so I would venture to guess ( based on what we see here all the time ) is that you had a case, you were a self represented litigant, and lost because it did not seem fair...because of of the legal theory of judicial immunity, you’ll get no where. If a judge abuses their discretion, that’s what appeals are for..
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