Under the Idaho Rules of Civil Procedure, you would need to disqualify your present judge for cause. This is an extremely difficult task, and a rigorous proof that the judge cannot independently and fairly rule on your case is required. The factors you itemize would very unlikely not even come close. Then when the judge denies your disqualification motion, you are left without any of the natural good will judges afford a party when proceedings are commenced.
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