Yes, you can write a letter to a judge - just make sure that it is NON-Threatening and that there is nothing in the letter that could be construed as threatening as it is a crime to threaten a judge.
If you write a letter to a judge you can mention that it is not for public consumption; however, once you write it and mail it and it is received bu the judge it becomes their property and they can do what they want with it.
It might make you feel better if you write the letter and tuck it away in a drawer for a few days and then go back and re-read it to make sure you want to sent what you originally wrote. It is never wise to "burn bridges" so to speak as one never knows when they might be before this person again.
Additionally, you can file a complaint if you feel that there was misconduct by the Judge in your matter
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