Biased Judge Objection
I've often wondered, in the toe-tapping lawyer case before Magistrate Judge Brown, when the s%&t would hit the fan, when all hail would break loose, when the "thin veneer of civilization" (to use a favorite Edgar Rice Burroughs phrase) would lift and more primitive impulses start to emerge, overcoming the good intentions of all involved and just tearing the whole danged thing apart.
That seems to have happened with an extraordinary filing by Peter Halmos, acting pro se. It is titled "Pro Se Plaintiff's Objections to Biased and Prejudiced Court Orders" and is sort of a greatest hits package of allegedly prejudicial quotations from Court orders, transcripts, and various accusations of judicial misconduct.
My favorite part is Peter's lengthy collection of adverse statements in Court orders, which are neatly summarized in a easy-to-read chart. That's a must-read.
There's also an extended riff on Judge Brown not disclosing that he was an "Insurance Defense Lawyer" for more than 20 years (is that true?) and a nice set of transcripts in which Judge Brown is allegedly (and repeatedly) yelling at Pete's lawyer Joe Klock.
All in a day's work kiddies.....