I need help on who to contact in GA. about a VERY BAD JUDGE that is overmy case. I am a single mom and my son has been with me for 14 years i have done nothing wrong but it is clear that this judge is doing wrong. He took my son from me in Feb. this year. Never speaking to my son or allowing him to talk. This was not even a custody hearing it was a staus hearing it has been a temporary order and my son has been suffering very bad I need someone to listen to me and help my son. The attorney I have does nothing for some reason people are affraid of this judge, in my way i know why but I am running out of time as far as my son goes. He feels no one will help him and he is in an abusive home with his dad. I live in Fl and have for 8 years so did my son, I don't even know how this Judge has jurisdiction. Also my ex does not even live in the distric that this judge is in. It has been so crazy and there is a list of things that this judge has done wrong, the person it is hurting the most is my Son. For god sakes please help him.
State/Country relating to question: Georgia
I have tried to fight this judge and hope my attorney fights for us, but it seems this Judge plays god. There has got to be something and someone I can talk to that will save my son fast.
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The GAJQC will take to long, right i need help fast. Is there anyone i could speak with? Could I contact the chief judge over that distric
You are correct that the GAJQC will be a lengthy process. However that is the proper process to report unethical behavior. You can try to contact the Chief Judge however the Chief Judge may not be able to assist since the case is before the current judge.If you believe that your son is in immediate physical danger, you or your son can call the police for immediate intervention. If the danger is not imminent but your son has been abused, you can contact child protective services.
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