You can address most judges at the start of a letter as “Dear Judge” (or “Dear Justice” if they serve in a U.S.
state or federal Supreme Court, or in certain courts of other countries).
When addressing the envelope, it is best to use the judge’s full title, along with the full name of the court in which he/she serves.
What is the proper way to address a judge in a letter?
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Do you address a judge as Your Honor?
In most cases it is important to say “Yes, your honor” or “No, your honor.” Using “your honor” is the easiest way to show respect and avoid offending your judge. Do not simply nod your head to answer a question. In extreme cases, a judge might even dismiss your claim.
How do you get a judge to rule in your favor?
Present Your Case: How to Get the Judge to Rule in Your Favor
- Pay Attention to Other Trials. If you want a positive ruling from the judge, then it can help immensely to pay attention to different trials that are going on.
- Hold Other People in High Esteem.
- Express Yourself in a Clear Way.
- Take Your Time Answering Questions.