You probably know the feeling.

You’ve been assigned a judge you suspect isn’t sympathetic toward you or your client. Usually, there’s little you can do. But when a team of lawyers at the Chicago People’s Law Office began to believe that a judge not only had a bias against their client but learned he had called them “idiots,” they mounted an action against him that resulted in getting the judge off the case.

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