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The result of this discussion was to Merge. Int21h (talk) 06:18, 7 June 2013 (UTC)
I propose the New York Statutes article be merged into this and redirected. This article is more comprehensive, including regulations and court opinions that interpret and enforce the law, and uses a standardized article name. The New York Statutes article is not the name of any published work, nor is it the formal or informal name of the subject at hand ("law" versus "statute".) Int21h (talk) 04:03, 3 June 2013 (UTC)
Yes, I think a redirect is in order; I am not in favor of deletion. Int21h (talk) 17:35, 3 June 2013 (UTC)
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Judges who bias. I believe I'm seeing a form of this!!!
Ok so im in a court case where I believe the judge is punishing me by placing my daughter in an unsafe environment where drugs are sold out of the house. I didn't follow his order in the beginning. He could have sent me to jail .(thank goodness he didn't. I'm. Thankfully for that. ) And my child's mother is a level 2 sex offender as well. He hasn't sent anyone to check her house. Neither has the law guardian.is this a bias.