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If you are filing a motion in court, the judge presiding over the case will get notice from the district clerk, so you don't need to serve him/her, also.
Oh. This is judge also I believe is now retired
would I need to provide an addtional copy in my filing for the judge?
No, the clerk will provide him one.
If he is no longer the judge on the case, he doesn't need to get notice at all.
Okay, well I guess that answers my question. Thank you