How do i stop a judge making errors or "ram roding me"

I recently had a precase conference where I represented myself, the judge would not listen, would not create an order asking for full disclosure of previous transcripts where the previous judge said "you have no case"<br />instead he was rude, over talked me, didn't answer my questions or my requests<br />he went ahead and booked a trial without me having full disclosure or the requested transcripts


Asked about 8 years ago in Langley, British Columbia
Categories: Family Law

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Terrance E. Hudson

Answer by Terrance E. Hudson

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you can file a notice of motion to seek the relief you are after.  You can appeal a decision if you disagree with it.  

Posted almost 8 years ago

Terrance E. Hudson Barrister & Solicitor www.hudsonlawyers.ca

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