What do you mean? Judges do not litigate; they preside over litigation. Judges cannot be sued for acts they take as judges because they have absolute immunity.
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There may not be much you can do about that at the trial stage. It sounds like you're pretty far along in the case already. I assume you have an attorney. If you don't, and you're involved in litigation with a Judge as the defendant, you should be in a venue where that judge doesn't sit. I hope you have an attorney that doesn't practice regularly in front of either of the judges in your case (presiding or obviously, the defendant.)
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in general judges have immunity for their acts as judges.
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