Pasadena, CA asked in Appeals / Appellate Law, Election Law and Gov & Administrative Law for California

Q: Is there an example from California state La superior court to appeal to change my biased judge and continue trial soon

Is there an example from Ca state La superior court to appeal to change my biased judge and continue trial immediately? My current trial was wrongly decided as a mistrial when defendants attorney (all white ppl) pressured the judge (female Asian like me, my legal team are all Asian), after first trial she allowed defendants to insert new documents that were possibly forged like existing forged document in the exhibits. She overruled my attorney’s all 5 valid objections. I found many ppl complained on the internet about same thing during her 15 yrs term, I feel she is racist, extremely incompetent unqualified, she wasn’t elected on 2020, there is no way I can find justice against the people who defrauded me at her court, it’s been a mistrial since last Friday, caused me over $100k direct monetary damage and huge financial burden to continue open discovery, I’m mentally more depressed after 4 yrs of suffering from her inefficient performance. Could you help to find answer to appeal now?

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James L. Arrasmith
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A: You can put in a motion for a new trial and base it on those grounds.

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