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I am not sure I got the answer to the question????
I was asking you for the State and County that your question pertained to.
Let me reiterate my responses as they may have been unclear.
1) I have a lawyer who has let things drag on and on and on. So i have to know what I can do about a ruling that I have not gotten for a year. You can get another attorney or report the attorney to the bar association.
2) I have been also waiting for another ruling for a court hearing from Dec 22 2015 . An attorney would need to look at your court file to determine why there is no ruling.
3) I have to file more contempt charges but do not want this judge. Can I remove him? Yes a Judge can be removed for cause. I provided that information and a link above. http://www.legalmatch.com/law-library/article/how-to-change-judges.html
I am also trying to find out what I can do when I am not getting rulings on issues that are over a year old. As I stated above it would be impossible to determine why a ruling is taking time without reviewing the court file.
In addition you responded stating
My case has been handled horribly and no one would even believe what happened but for the fact that I have transcripts.
You can report misconduct by both attorneys and judges to the State Bar Association. You would file a complaint against the attorney at http://www.padisciplinaryboard.org/consumers/complaint-forms/
My issue is this Judge that has not ruled on something for over a YEAR now and she has done other things to me as well. I can not get another lawyer outside the county because then this JUDGE will really screw me. The Judge is prohibited from retaliating against you for substituting your attorney.
The Judicial Conduct Board will investigate your case and keep your information confidential. You would file a complaint for an investigation against the at http://judicialconductboardofpa.org/filing-a-complaint/
Further, you suggested above that county may be engaged in corruption I have been invovled in this legal matter for way to long. This is a very politically dirven county and you never know who is to be trusted.
The Pennsylvania Attorney General will investigate corruption. You would file a complaint at https://www.attorneygeneral.gov/SplashPage.aspx
If you are not satisfied with the Attorney General's investigation you would file a complaint for an investigation with the Department of Justice at http://www.justice.gov/usao-mdpa/public-corruption-prosecutions