Will there be a completely new trial where I get to present/submit my evidence once more? Will she view the previous transcripts or start fresh? Will she know the other judge recused herself?
The information you provided seems at bit incomplete. At what phase of trial did judge recuse herself? Why did the judge rescue herself? The way you phrase it, it seems as if trial had already taken place. If you allege the outcome of the trial was inappropriately effected by the judges impartial behavior, you would have to raise Thai issue in appeal or in a Post conviction filing. Again, it hard to tell exactly what the situation is from the info you provided. Fill in some more detail and perhaps I can elaborate further, or someone else can give you a more complete answer.
Are you saying that there was a trial and thereafter the judge recuse herself on your motion? To answer these questions a lawyer would need to see the papers.
Was there a trial already? Did it result in a verdict against you? Then you have a limited amount of time to file a Motion for a New Trial and if you do not meet the filing deadlines you will not be able to appeal. Were you represented at the trial? If so, then talk to your attorney immediately. Your question is very unclear because you do not indicate at what point in the process you "made" the Judge recuse herself. (By that I assume that you filed a motion to recuse and that the judge then decided to recuse herself. You cannot make a judge do that. It has to be the decision of the judge).
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