A recusal motion is something that has to be handled with great care: if you lose, you'll be before the judge you tried to get removed and about whom you presumably said some fairly negative things. You should consult with a local attorney who knows and practices before the judge regularly.
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I was a prosecutor in Queens and will be there tomorrow defending a criminal case. Your lawyer can file a written motion backed up with both facts and case law. It is very hard to get a Judge to recuse him/herself. Many lawyers are afraid to file these motions for fear of angering the Judges. If you really have the goods you need a lawyer who will not be afraid to fight for you.
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Very difficult to do. Might want to rethink your approach.
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