You can sue someone if you have a legal basis to do so. If it was your lawyer who did something wrong, then you may have a cause of action. Speak to a local lawyer to discuss the matter in private.
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I'd agree with Mr. Lutzky to consult an attorney privately. Also, from your question, it sounds like you are not necessarily a client of these attorneys or have personal matters before these judges (who, by the way, are disciplined under other rules by a different committee), so you may simply lack "standing" and even direct personal knowledge to be making these complaints.
In such an instance, if you're aware of something corrupt or illegal (personally, not second-hand rumor or hearsay) you can go to the newspapers or police.
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You have not stated what evidence you have, whether it was a matter you were involved in, or how you got the evidence. Call a criminal lawyer here on Avvo to tell them your evidence and see if they agree that it is sufficient and what can be done to get justice.Ask a similar question