I was told that I might be able to address the judge in person instead of writing a letter to the judge, if I go to court and ask the bailiff if I can address the judge.
This is not a landlord & tenant question. I have reassigned it to criminal law.
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I agree, and would only add that if you intend to address the judge, might not be bad idea to consult a good criminal defense attorney first. gsg
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