You may want to have your case reviewed and evaluated by an attorney that practices in the jurisdiction where your case is pending. There may be something defective with your pleading. A lawyer who practices in that jurisdiction may be able to give some insight as to what "moves" your particular judge under those circumstances. The law governing "Emergency Custody" is very narrow and the issues can be very complex; without more information--that is to say without reading the case file, it's difficult to form an adequate response. Good Luck!
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From what information you have provided, it appears there are many issues outside of a standard custody action. You may want to supplement your question by explaining the underlying custody matter. In the alternative, you may want to consult with an attorney.
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