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Did you want to speak to the judge about an open case?
Judges do not take ex-parte communication. By that, I mean, if you want to talk about a case presently going on before the judge and it's related to the facts and circumstances of the case, both sides of the case must be present or the judge won't have the conversation. If this is about something like scheduling a court date or something not related to the facts and circumstances of the case, you can call the court clerk and ask for the extension number of the judge or his assistant. Alternatively, you could ask for the judge's or the assistant's office email address and communicate with them that way.
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