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FILED SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF ORANGE CENTRAL JUSTICE CENTER AUG 20 2010 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF 74 rs COUNTY OF ORANGE in borTe® C33 Dy OW Taste, ESQ Plaint/Petiioner 120 No.3 O AAC IOUS DECLARATION IN SUPPORT OF MOTION RE DISQUALIFICATION OF JUDGE {C.CP. 170.6) Dan roa Den a @ Z DetendartRespondent ly Tak dectres that DECLARANTisthe attomey for Co-/y “Fez, @ party to the within action, and in support of DECLARANT'S motion to disqualify judge, states That dee FE LS mwjxigadotore whom he trial or hearing in the aforesaid action or special proceeding is pending, or to whom it is as follo\ assigned, prejudiced against the party or party's attorney, or the interest of the party or party's attorney, so that DECLARANT camnot, or believes that he/she cannot, have a fair and impartial trial or hearing before such judge. ‘The aforementioned judge hashas not presided over a hearing, motion, or proceeding in the past in this case, | declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of Calliornia that the foregoing is true and corect. Dated: OBE IO 202 (REV. 199) MOTION TO DISQUALIFY JUDGE (C.C.P. 170.6) 10 a 13 1a as 16 oy 18 19 22 23 2 25 Dr. Orly Taitz ESQ 29839 Santa Margarita Parkway ste 100 Rancho Santa Margarita CA 92688 ‘Tel: (949) 683-5411; Fax (949) 766-3078 California State Bar No.: 223433 orly.taite@gmail.com IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF ORANGE Case No.: 30-2010-00381664 DR ORLY TAITZ, ESQ CCP-170.6 MOTION DECLARATION in SUPPORT OF 170.6 MOTION Plaintiff, ) } ) at 1 DAMON DUNN et al, i Defendant } Plaintiff in this action declares that she believes that she will not be able to get a fair hearing before the assigned judge and requests the case reassigned. ‘There was only one emergency ex-parte heating on this case before the assigned judge. I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of Ca that the foregoing is true and correct. Dated 07.15.10. Keo /siOrly Taitz, I declare under the penalty of perjury and laws of CA that a true and correct copy of the above ‘was served on the defendant. Js/ Orly Taitz Ge Taitz v Dunn 170.6 motion