It was started in Ks. Judicial District No. 4.
I had first judge recused for bias, prejudice discrimination against me. - KSA 20-311D.
We only get to do that once in Ks.
I had a second judge recuse himself pursuant to KS Supreme Court Rule 8.01. The second judge wouldn't let me order transcripts.
My case is this:
When my child's wishes were contrary to G.A.L. report my child was REQUIRED to have an attorney represent her. KSA38-1505. First judge failed to ensure this happened.
I was not allowed to order transcripts by second judge in violation of Ks. Open Records Act KSA 45-215.
Judges acting outside of the law are acting in their own personal interests and outside of their jurisdiction - their rulings aren't voidable - they are simply void.
Anyone attempting to enforce those orders is engaging in lawless violence.
I put in a motion to set aside or vacate previous orders of the first two judges with the THIRD JUDGE.
That was denied.
I am appealing.
I appealed to the Ks. Court of Appeals and NOT Supreme Court.
In my brief for Docketing I stated the Civil Classification as Mandamus.
As I check the website they have it classified as "Civil" and sub type as "Child Visitation".
Obviously, I am pro se.
Opposing Counsel has put in a motion to withdraw in both District Court and Court of Appeals.
If my case is not summarily dismissed, I file my brief.
If there is no opposition to my brief, (It will be me vs. her) what can I do?
File a Motion for Summary Judgement - that I have previous orders of the court vacated?
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