I went to the judge and asked for expunction. She was unwilling at first due to bias. She then said show me documents on the law where it says I qualify, and I said you are the judge you should know the law already. the next time I went she admitted she was wrong and got angry after I showed her proof that I qualify for expunction of my non criminal ACD offense of trespassing(violation)I recorded first court appearance and second I recorded but deleted voice recording by accident. The first one shows most of the judges bias stating I was guilty even though she issued my ACD which dismisses my case and make me have no conviction or guilty. She is completely unethical with me and the court has its own recordings to prove it. Can I complain against this judge and where? Can they subpoena the court voice recordings to prove my case against the bias and partial and unethical behavior of the judge? Can I expunge ACD in new York? The judge is bias against me and is giving me a hard time to expunge my ACD. The judge is lying to me saying CPL 160.50 will unseal my disposition versus officially sealing it; as I read everywhere online. How do I deal with this situation and have my ACD expunged versus sealed officially or unofficially? Im in a town in upstate new York. Are there different rules in expunging/sealing versus in cities? Thank you
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