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How to Sue a Judge.?

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1. Determine the nature of your case. Write down exactly whom and what you are bringing suit against, state this in plain language before proceeding. 2. Contact an attorney to determine if you have legal recourse for the issue at hand. Try to find an
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Grounds to sue a judge are if they have violated the states eleventh amendment, and have such violated your constitutional(civil) rights. Examples would be if they have violated your
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How dumb can one be? Did you spot the portion that it clearly states: "violated your constitutional rights" ???? The fact that your lawsuit is baseless and the fact that
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File an appeal on the lawsuit based on a violation of the Rules of Court Procedure and File a complaint with the chief judge.
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