What does the “Confidential Request for Investigation” ask?

All complaints must identify the judge against whom the complaint is being filed and specify the allegations upon which the complaint is based. If a court case is involved, you will be asked for relevant information related to the case, such as the court docket number and the names of lawyers on both sides. You may also send the Board copies of documents to support your allegations but they will not be returned. To speed the process along, it helps to give the Board as much information as you possibly can.

You must sign the Confidential Request for Investigation.  The form includes a statement that it is made under penalties of perjury.  Anyone who knowingly files a false complaint may face criminal charges.

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