Knowing the Score About Notices to Remove

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One of the toughest decisions a lawyer has to make is whether to recommend to a client to a remove the sitting judge assigned to the case. Sure, you get rid of the assigned judge, but it’s uncomfortable, and the substitute may be worse for you than the original judge. In giving advice to the client, it’s important to explain how the notice to remove rule works and its potential consequences.

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