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can a person in attending a family court hearing who is not

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can a person in attending a family court hearing who is not a party to the case ask a quetion of the judge?

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No, a person who is not a party to the case absolutely has no right or standing to ask any questions from the bench. The judge is free to ignore the question, and eject the asker for disturbing the court proceedings. Anyone not a party to the case must sill quietly and respectfully XXXXX XXXXX to the hearing, but they cannot in any way interact or interfere.


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