Vernal, UT asked in Family Law for Utah

Q: can I contact the judge to let him listen to a voicemail left on my phone?

My ex husband and his lawyer left a message on my cell phone today, they didn't hang up and you can here his lawyer state since we can't get her going over the fact your suing her that little message I left should.... My ex asks if he "his lawyer is sure the judge will rule in his favor or does he need to come up with more allegations and they both historically laugh and my ex says what a stupid bitch!!! The message was accusing me of forging a signature to subpoena that had a objection. I didn't even know about the subpoena until today!!!!!

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Samuel Sorensen
Samuel Sorensen
  • Salt Lake City, UT
  • Licensed in Utah

A: Short answer, no. You cannot have communications with the judge outside court. Depending on the nature of the voice message, you may be able to submit it as evidence to the Court. However, it may or may not be relevant depending on the issues in your case.

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