Q: If the court lied about a pitchess motion, and on appeal we we have another. Shouldn't I have a new judge

I have a court date January 4th 2019 for a new pitchess motion. And the same court house is going to do the pitchess motion. They have already lied in the first one thats why were having another. what makes you think that they won't lie in the second one? the judge which has already proven to be biased. I gave him specific reasons like not calling my Witnesses dinied my right to council. Civil constitutional rights violated human rights violated I need help there's no way it's fair that they get to run the pitchess motion when they've already lied about the first one. I know specific complaints that these officers have been involved in within in the 5-year limit. they're going to say there's nothing in there files there Lying. 3. 5 million-dollar lawsuit. Beau Rodriguez was involved in a car accident, where they lied under oath saying they were only going 60 after investigation they were going over 90 miles an hour. they settled out of court. And there's mine that's two already.

1 Lawyer Answer
Steven McNicholl
Steven McNicholl
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Licensed in California

A: Appeals are handled by the court of appeals. This will be in a different court with different Judges.

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