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Old 08-01-2017, 09:16 PM
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Judge's are the boss in the courtroom.
Yes, but they don't get to break laws just because they are a judge.


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Keep in mind that your situation is not unique and judge has handled similar situations many times.
It's the way it was handles that makes the issue unique. Did judge allow both parties they time they were granted or take an hour from one party and give it to the other to a party's determinant.

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Hopefully your submission was concise and didn't ramble on an on with repetitive stuff.
Doesn't matter. A judge has to let you speak and listen to you when you speak. If they have any questions they could ask but generally this will allow opportunity for an appeal on the basis of bias as only the other party/ lawyer shoupd ask questions. If their questions are in relation yo driving the trial to relevant arguments then that is different.

Boring a judge can be the kiss of death.

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Boring a judge can be the kiss of death.
I didnt realize parties were in court to entertain the judge , or the boss, as you like to refer to them. I would also sure hope that your very own relationship with your boss is one that of a 2 way street.

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