The judge that I recently went in front of doesn’t like me. I can tell by the way she speaks to me and she ruled against me. She did not treat my husband like this. I have consulted with a number of attorneys, but no one seems willing to tell the judge that she is being biased. What do I do?
That can be a frustrating situation. One thing you may want to consider is if you can request the transcript from the court proceeding in which you feel that the judge acted in a biased manner. If the attorney that you consult with can view that, it could provide important information for the attorney to decide whether or not there is a true bias. That said, if you are seeking a venue transfer, those motions should only be filed when there is truly a reason to transfer the venue because courts do not take those requests lightly. Unfortunately, sometimes a judge makes a ruling that a party does not like. However, that does not necessarily mean that the judge is biased. An experienced lawyer will be up front and honest with you in analyzing the transcript.
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