Saying "No" to a family law judge seems simple enough: "No your honor." But in reality, it's rarely easy. Even sophisticated executives, poised professionals, and junior lawyers can be unnerved when called upon to dissent in a courtroom before a presiding Judge with dozens of … [Read more...]
Should you kick your judge off the bench (aka recuse)?
Good judges are patient, respectful and put aside their personal beliefs when considering evidence and making rulings. Biased judges let their beliefs unfairly prejudice their decisions. If you may be disadvantaged by the beliefs of the California family judge assigned to … [Read more...]
How to say no to a family law judge
It seems simple enough. You should never agree with a Judge if you don't actually agree with the Judge. Right? Theoretically yes, it is simple to say, "No your honor I do not agree." But in reality when it matters most, it isn't always so easy. There is something about … [Read more...]