Basically as a Pro Se I have filed a motion for modification of child support and repayment of excess paid. The Petitioner for the attorney went crazy and would not stop talking and basically interrupting me all the time. Because the law was on my side and it was clear, I could see that the Judge's Body Language and discussion with the other attorney was leaning he would have to grant me my request. The opposing attorney objected on the basis I have not notified her of the hearing within 3 days. Being a novice in the court I have notified her within 3 days of the hearing as needed but not within 3 days when I filed an amendment to my motion. It is still my impression I did not need to have a 2nd notification as the hearing was set. When I told the judge I did not have notified after the amended Motion he granted her the objection. I am refilling the Motion and I will be in court again. All I want to know with my question is how do I ask the court for the other attorney to be polite and stop talking over me. Can I say: I file a Motion for Professional Conduct and Respect or equivalent?
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