Yes I wasn't trying to ask the same question twice, I actually opened it to all experts to see the different opinions.
My specific question however is if there are any other sanctions that have been filed for misconduct (any State), where we can actually look at the original motion. I'm much better at putting motions together if I have multiple examples and different approaches to use as a bases to come up with my own.
I understand the risks with doing this and the small chance that it will even be heard, however that chance is worth it to us - and for lack of a better explanation, we feel it is the right thing to do. Because of that I am trying to understand specifically the relief that can (and is expected will) be asked for in these types of cases. I can present the arguments, the facts, and site the laws that have been broken based off of those facts (backed with evidence). How to appropriately draft the question for relief both at the beginning of the motion and the end - is where I need suggestions. We actually had to write a counter suit against a motion for summary judgement against us in federal court
last year (we have issues :), and we won Pro-Se. We also filed for two Protective Orders against a mother on her children, and won those Pro-Se as well. That doesn't give me confidence we will prevail again, however it has given me a bases for the laws, what the court demands, and what type of arguments we can appropriately make. The specifics to the individual motion are what take most of my time.
The relief we are hoping for is him to be removed from the case, however rather than ask it like that - we'd like to put in the wording the specific law that would allow the judge to order that relief, so that we immediately draw her interest in the motion by not asking for a rarely granted type of relief, but rather giving her to begin with the laws that would govern her to order that relief.
We understand what is expected the court will say, however we believe because the truth is on our side - it is worth the risk to stand for it, even if it is highly unusual.
I much appreciate your honesty and your answers, any suggestion would be appreciated :)