In a family court trial, the complainant stated that the judge was negligent and rendered the same judgement repeatedly in the matter that concerns her, despite the judgement being unenforceable.

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In a family court trial, the complainant stated that the judge was negligent and rendered the same judgement repeatedly in the matter that concerns her, despite the judgement being unenforceable. The complainant felt that the judge disregarded her son’s best interest and rights, previous judgements by other judges, facts, evidence, and dispositions of the law. The judge had also allegedly obstructed the discovery of some evidence, did not follow legal procedures, and destroyed the concepts of impartiality, integrity, and independence.

The complainant was reminded that Council is not a court and cannot intervene in court matters nor can it attempt to change a judge’s decision. The Council concluded that the complaint fell outside its mandate. The matter was closed.

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