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The answer to your question is going to appear to be overly simplistic, but it is the correct legal answer under the circumstances. You need to appeal his decision and in the appeal, but forth evidence of this erroneous, and perhaps nefarious, conduct on the part of the judge.
If you are successful on appeal, the appeals court next up from this appeals court that issued this ruling will do something called a remand. A remand is an order from a higher court to a lower court to essentially re-adjudicate a matter or a component of a matter.
Once back before this judge, if he acts in this manner again, you still have the right to appeal his decision again.
Let me know if you have any other questions.
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Best wishes going forward!