How to Fight Judicial Corruption and Government Corruption – Part 17 — File Motions for Recusal


When I discovered that I was being victimized by judicial corruption, I decided to fight.

I am not an attorney, and I am not giving legal advice.

This is the seventeenth in a series of articles that detail the things that I have done in fighting judicial corruption.

Most of this applies to fighting any form of government corruption….

File Motions for Recusal

When you are dealing with a corrupt judge, seek to have the judge recused (removed from the case).  Do it a lot, if you aren’t afraid of the punishment a judge can inflict upon you. 

There are two federal statutes for recusal.  28 U.S.C. 144 is appropriate at the beginning of a case.  28 U.S.C. 455 applies at any time. You will need to check your state’s statutes if you are in state/county/local courts.

Judges are especially corrupt when it comes to refusing to recuse themselves

According to the Constitution, we are supposed to have a fair “trial” before an impartial judge.  But judges do whatever they want to do.  From my experience, judges could care less about my Constitutional rights.  It is as if the Constitution doesn’t exist.

The best shot at getting a judge recused is if they violate one of the easily-proven canons of the Code of Judicial Conduct.  But if you are trying to get a judge recused for the bias they have shown in your case, the judges will claim that anything that happens in a case is not grounds for recusal.  That concept violates the Constitutional guarantee of due process, but judges do that all the time.  If you expect the appellate courts to come to your rescue, you’ll be wrong again.  In my experience, the appellate courts simply cover-up for the lower court judges.

You may then be asking why try?  I try simply because I am out to document as much wrongdoing and corruption as I can find.

Know this: Once you file a motion for recusal of your judge, you immediately went on the s**t list.  The judge is likely to work even harder against you.  Sadly, seeking your Constitutional rights in courts today is a great way to ensure that your rights will be violated even more.  You should expecvt the judge to fight back and try to stick you with legal fees and sanctions.  That’s what they’ve done to me.

My motions contain a lot of case law from research that I have done:

Motion to Recuse Judge Orinda D.  Evans

Motion to Recuse Judge William S. Duffey

Motion to Recuse Judge Thomas W. Thrash

Motion to Recuse Judge Jerry W. Baxter.


Articles on How to Fight Corruption

Part 1 in this series is “Go in with Your Eyes Open.”

Part 2 in this series is “Fire Your Attorney.”

Part 3 in this series is “Establish a Support Network.”

Part 4 in this series is “Know How Judges Commit Crimes.”

Part 5 in this series is “Document Everything — Take Notes — Put it in Writing.”

Part 6 in this series is “Always abide by the Rules.”

Part 7 in this series is “Prepare Everything Very Carefully.”

Part 8 in this series is “Get Your Facts and Evidence Together.”

Part 9 in this series is “Get Help from Others.”

Part 10 in this series is “Take Advantage of Every Opportunity to Generate Proof of Corruption.”

Part 11 in this series is “File Motions for Conferences and Hearings

Part 12 in this series is “Always have Witnesses at Hearings

Part 13 in this series is “Check the Orders in Your Case

Part 14 in this series is “Put your Proof on a Website

Part 15 in this series is “Appeal Early and Often

Part 16 in this series is “File Criminal Charges with the District Attorney and U.S. Attorney

Part 17 in this series is “File Motions for Recusal”



William M. Windsor

I, William M. Windsor, am not an attorney.  This website expresses my OPINIONS.   The comments of visitors or guest authors to the website are their opinions and do not therefore reflect my opinions.  Anyone mentioned by name in any article is welcome to file a response.   This website does not provide legal advice.  I do not give legal advice.  I do not practice law.  This website is to expose government corruption, law enforcement corruption, political corruption, and judicial corruption.  Whatever this website says about the law is presented in the context of how I or others perceive the applicability of the law to a set of circumstances if I (or some other author) was in the circumstances under the conditions discussed.  Despite my concerns about lawyers in general, I suggest that anyone with legal questions consult an attorney for an answer, particularly after reading anything on this website.  The law is a gray area at best.  Please read our Legal Notice and Terms.


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