Q: I have a disc of the court day my Judge was Bias and my private attorney broke confidentiality on my case.
I also have Medical records that prove my blood sugar dropped to 34 so it was impossible for me to be competent. I've been trying to figure out why they punish me for everything. The judge kept me in jail for 4 months with no bond. Then she gave me a bond for 60,000 and all over a domestic I wasn't guilty of. She makes me wear an alcohol monitor which is wrong. She accuses me of drinking even when I'm not and drinking is legal. She told me on the disc I have back in February that I was going to lose. I had a Hypoglocimic attack. I don't remember even getting out of bed that day. I'm a diabetic.
A: I understand your position; however, I don’t see facts, in your discussion, that supports your claim. Generally speaking, if a judge shows bias, your lawyer should file a motion to recuse (remove the judge from your case). Assuming the facts warrant such a motion, you may wish to pursue an ineffective assistance of counsel claim. Violating the attorney-client privilege is a matter for the Florida bar.
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