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Asked on: 2/28/05, 4:53 pm

quick question: can a superior court judge be subpoenaed? I

quick question: can a superior court judge be subpoenaed? I was told 'a lawyer can't supoena a judge' by an attorney who is acting as Guardian ad Litem for my son; this attorney was actually selected by our opponents (!?), so I am naturally suspect.

PS - the Judge wrote us a letter recently saying that he 'made a mistake' in approving an Order which had disastrous impact on my son; I believe it would be helpful to have him say it in an upcoming hearing regarding this same order. Are my insticts correct about the GAL?

Thanks!

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