First you didn't provide enough information on the basis for your motion.
Second if you think it's truly justified then you can report the judge to the judicial standards commission.
However merely disagreeing with a judges decision I'd not a basis to seek recusal and you should not do it lightly. Most judges are very cautious to preserve justice.
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Hire an attorney. Without evidence, you are walking a very thin line by accusing a Judge of aiding and abetting a felony in open court. If the matter you are litigating is of any importance to you, then hire an attorney. You are currently jeopardizing (and likely, harming) your chances of success.
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I agree with the previous answers. What crimes are you accusing the judge and the attorney of? Motions to recuse are completely at the discretion of the JudgeAsk a similar question