Has your judge ...
Violated due process, Ignored papers filed, Ignored cases cited, Ignored legal arguments, Dismissed motions/cases without any factual development,
Avoided due process arguments, Violated the state or us constitution, Ignored perjury by attorneys, Violated his/her oaths of office, Violated federal or state law,
Denied you a court reporter at a hearing, Kept you from a hearing "in chambers", Ignored blindingly clear logic, Changed/hid documents, Denied you access to a grand jury,
or Shortchanged you on time to file documents?
If so, the court has lost any jurisdiction
(right to take any action in your case)
it may have had and can no longer rule in you case, especially if the judge doubles down on the bad act when invited to correct the transgression. Once that happens, time to focus on acts to restore your rights.
Protect your right to ...
--common law legal options, --notice and opportunity to be heard, --file criminal charges, --report crimes to a grand jury, --get the DA to deal with crimes, --get the US Attorney to deal with crimes, --a transcript of your hearing .
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