I was reading about RCW 4.12.050 - Affidavit of prejudice
It says if judge has made any discretionary decision than affidavit of prejudice can not be filed.
So in a personal injury matter if judge either grant a motion to continue trial date or deny motion to continue trial date ..is it considered discretionary decision.
And hence affidavit of prejudice can not be filed?
You are correct. Once the trial judge has made any discretionary ruling, it is too late to ask the judge to reassign the case to administration so you will get a different judge. Whether or not to continue the trial date is a discretionary decision. After that decision is made, you can't ask for a new judge.
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