Very long, complicated case. But just knowing how to speak to defend myself,. He just yells and humans listed me and then leaves the chambers. I and my Attorney have been honest, cooperative and respect full.
You have an attorney who knows the situation intimately. He or she is the person you should consult regarding your tactics.
We know nothing of your situation.
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You cannot speak because you do have an attorney. If you were attorney you should ask him what he thinks
You have an attorney. You hired that attorney to speak for you in this case. I suspect there's a little more to this case and situation than your explaining. However, if a Judge is acting inappropriately, there is recourse and a complaint can be filed against the Judge with the JQC. You need to speak with your attorney about your rights. In the 25+ years that I have been practicing law, I have handled cases in just about every county in this Great State. I have never had a situation where I found it necessary to file a complaint against a Judge.
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