were do i report a judge in ill
Thank you for the opportunity to answer your question. I am sending this answer to you only a few minutes after you submitted your question.If an individual suspects judicial misconduct, he can report the judge to the Illinois Judicial Inquiry Board. To evaluate whether or not a judge acted improperly, an individual may wish to review the Code of Judicial Conduct, located in Illinois Supreme Court Rules 61 through 68.
where and what do i need in peoria county topetiton for new judge and new county
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Please do not use Relist. It reflects on me poorly and unfairly when you have not given me a chance to reply to your last message. As I'm sure you can understand, while the JustAnswer site is up 24 hours a day, I personally cannot be. Due to the timing of your reply (16 hours and 28 minutes after my last message), I was asleep when you sent it. I just now logged on to JustAnswer and your Reply is the first thing I am doing on here today. However, sometimes, depending on the timing of your reply, patience may be necessary, as I may be taking nap, having a meal, etc. Please use REPLY and not relist.To have a judge remove himself or herself from a case, it's necessary to draft a motion for recusal. Recusal requires bias. The fact that a judge has ruled against someone isn't enough. Further, bias is a serious accusation. Therefore, you really need to retain an attorney to evaluate whether the judge is actually biased and whether there is a basis for recusal. Your attorney can draft the motion, as well. This is best, XXXXX XXXXX few laypeople can represent themselves in a legal matter and you could do more damage than good trying to do so. Relocation to a new county is legally a very different issue and well outside the scope of your original question and it should generally be asked separately. However, for your convenience, I'll provide some information here. An individual who wishes to transfer a case would need to file a petition to do so and the court would then rule on the petition. There has to be a good reason for that and it would require more than a bad judge (where recusal is a better remedy) or an unfavorable ruling. An individual must generally raise the issue at the outset of litigation. However, exceptions might arise when it's absolutely impossible to get a fair trial in a particular county due to externalities (for instance, in a criminal defense case where no unbiased jurors could be located in the region). In any case, these are both issues that you'll really need to retain counsel for.
IF A CHILD REFUSE TO GO TO A UNSUPERVISED VISIT CAN THEY MAKE HIM GO
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I will be happy to assist you with your additional question.The answer is "yes". The court can force the child to stay with a parent by court order whether the child wants to do so or not. The child has no choice if the court orders visitation to one of the parents. The proper response (assuming the child is old enough and responsible enough to have an opinion on the matter), is to file a petition to modify visitation so the judge can review the situation.
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