Read this information carefully as this might just be the key to changing the course of your life. For most female litigants in Solano County, they don’t find out they have options until it’s too late. Most women, who are victims of domestic violence, underestimate the impact a bias and corrupt judge can have on their ability to secure protection.
As most litigants in the family court system are self represented (in pro per), they are unaware of the legal options they have. Any attorney in Solano County will tell you that your best option, as a female litigant (especially if your case involves Domestic Violence), is to not be in Carringer’s court in the first place.
Keep in mind that the presiding judge has failed to take action against Carringer even though litigants and attorneys in Solano County know she is a problematic Jurist. Your complaints may not be heard, but at minimum, you have the legal right to get out of her court if you do it early enough and before your first hearing.
Here’s how you do that:
Here’s a help document with a sample 170.6 pleading.
Please do not go into court with the arrogance of thinking that because you are “in the right” and acting in good faith, or your case is a “slam dunk” that you will be issued a restraining order. Many women have thought the same and have been moved to tears when one of the judges have failed to issue a restraining order. Many women and children have suffered physical abuse and sexual assault because of this. Take this seriously because once you are in Judge Carringer’s courtroom, you are both screwed and stuck.