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Luana R

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My spouse is a Tunsinian citizen, and I am here in US temporarily do courts have jurisdiction over me? Also I am a feminist and the judge assigned to me has been noted in family court to be excessively aggressive to women- can I state in court that I believe he is impartial?

 

To my knowledge summons are mere threats to get you to come to court - they really are used as “fraud” to get you to make an appearance is this not illegal and can not be codified by constitution as the threats are cruel and unusual punishments- again being summonsed to a family court seems harsher and more dangerous than criminal court!

Lastly I was given a summonsed but the paternity petition has five errors- isn’t this sufficient to state I was not summons properly?? 

 

Thank you,

Luana

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So you're not a citizen, and you're challenging the court's jurisdiction. But you're also claiming protection under the US Constitution? That's fascinating.

As far as the judge's alleged bias, virtually every jurisdiction allows you to file a notice of change of judge as a matter of course, provided the judge hasn't issued any rulings on contested matters.

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13 hours ago, Luana R said:

I am here in US temporarily do courts have jurisdiction over me?

Yes.  

13 hours ago, Luana R said:

Also I am a feminist and the judge assigned to me has been noted in family court to be excessively aggressive to women- can I state in court that I believe he is impartial?

A judge who has a hard line stance on certain issues is probably not enough to get them recused (removed) from the case.  You would have to prove it is so egregious that they would not be objective.

13 hours ago, Luana R said:

Lastly I was given a summonsed but the paternity petition has five errors- isn’t this sufficient to state I was not summons properly?

NO.  The summons merely states you are required to appear before the court.  Errors in the petition are matters for trial.  

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