Motion To Disqualify A Judge – Is Setting A Foreclosure Trial Violating The Court’s Neutrality?

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Motion To Disqualify A Judge- Is Setting A Foreclosure Trial Violating The Court’s Neutrality?

Courts all across this State of Florida have set themselves into the role of prosecuting cases for Plaintiffs.  If a case has not been “moving toward resolution”, the court will in fact move that case toward trial and resolution for that Plaintiff.  In many cases, the Plaintiff is more than willing to let the case sit idly by, but the court is moving them forward.

As you read below, the test for disqualification is whether the consumer feels the court is not impartial and reasonable people could definitely articulate this belief….especially when the act of trial setting is combined with other unfair procedures…

E. Disqualification

(1) A judge shall disqualify himself or herself in a proceeding in which the judge’s impartiality might reasonably be questioned….

Rest here…

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2 Responses to “Motion To Disqualify A Judge – Is Setting A Foreclosure Trial Violating The Court’s Neutrality?”
  1. Chris says:

    You’re not getting a free house. Period. Let that thought escape your mind before you are sorely disappointed with the end result.

  2. lies is all they tell says:

    i beleive that is what is happening in my case it is 10 months sitting in court going no where. no discovery produced and no motion for sanctions or motion to dismiss by the judge. he just does not want to give me that free house. he will leave it on the docket

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