Description
Most of us have had the experience of appearing before a judge who seemed not to like us. Actual dislike may occur less often than we think. The judge is simply having a bad day and taking it out on you or is irritated by the case or annoyed at something you said, but this does not necessarily translate into permanent dislike. It is possible that a judge may dislike you but conceal it well, in which case you may not even be aware of the reason for an unexpected adverse result. Or the judge may...

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