We just had a hearing to decide if it was necessary for my husband's ex wife to get permission from him to have his children adopted by her husband due to not having just cause for no contact 1 year prior to filing. We provided an abundance of evidence proving she interfered, hid the children, and kept him from contacting them at every attempt. His ruling was in her favor. In his ruling he lies, gives opinion based statements. Gives hear say statements from the children who were not even witnesses. It is a very biased, in some places untruthful, and a sarcastic-condescending document . The whole document is very unprofessional. He literally made statements that were opposite of what was stated in court. Called witnesses who lied on stand credible, and witnesses who were truthful on stand not credible. It's so obvious I'm actually shocked he felt good about releasing it to us. Even his behavior before trial was questionable.
You can't get a judge investigated for doing his/her job. If you disagree with the judge's ruling, your ONLY recourse is to appeal the decision. The judge's job is to weigh evidence and they MUST come to a decision. It is not as easy as you think. Litigation is a lose lose situation in the first place. If you have to put the case to a judge or jury, someone is going to lose. That person always feels like the judge made the wrong decision. For that matter, the winner rarely feels like they got everything to which they feel entitled. Absent a conflict of interest or truly abhorrent behavior, you don't describe anything in particular that is unethical. Your recourse is to appeal.
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