Need arguement to recuse Ct. judge / defendant
Looking to recuse a MA state judge who
has been named a defendant in a law suit
I filled against the judge and trial court
(for example I named 2 judges from 2 different
I was in front on one judge and asked his recusal
days after he had been served by the federal marshalls
he refused, my arguement contained that he could be
biased, and could not be impartial.
Now with the Supreme Court Justice going hunting with
a litigant and denying a motion to requse is there a
fall out of negative talk on the internet about the actions
of this Supreme Court Justice being improper and that
he should have recused himself? and what would be the argument?
Thank you for your time and response.
Check your state laws, even after a judge refuses to recuse him/herself, you should be able to then go to the court administrator to review the recusal request. Any form of bias requires the judge to step down from the case, if they refuse (and they generally do), take the next step. Hope that helps
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- How would one determine a judge is bias?
I had a judge who gave me five minutes to present a restaining order
case. Then he was rude, and did not listen to my evidence.
Would that in itself prove bias?
- that which a reasonable and prudent person would believe as such?
Check out any decisions on same. ----------- Don
At 07:34 PM 3/29/04 +0000, you wrote:
>How would one determine a judge is bias?
>I had a judge who gave me five minutes to present a restaining order
>case. Then he was rude, and did not listen to my evidence.
>Would that in itself prove bias?
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