Judges have pretty broad immunity for "official acts" even when those acts amount to an abuse of discretion. Your attorney should be familiar enough with your case to refer you to someone for a consultation if they're not interested in it.
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Judges have absolute immunity so you can't sue.
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You MAY have issues with
your attorney. Contact the
State Bar Grievance Committee
and file a complaint. You may
have a suit possible against
social security for your problems
PLUS lost payments IF they are
AT fault somehow. Your story
kind of jumps around and is
hard to follow at times.
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