How to Disqualify a Florida Trial Judge
The Florida Code of Judicial Conduct imposes certain constraints on judges' behavior. Canon 3 warns the judge against prejudice. However, judges assert immunity for their errors and torts as components of judicial acts. So litigants can't do much more about judicial prejudice than complaining to the Judicial Qualifications Commission, legislature, bar, and news or social media to make a record, and look for dirt on the judge through private investigation, particularly of the judge's financial affairs and general integrity outside of court, or campaigning against the judge in the next election or appointment opportunity. But in the more immediate sense, one can seek to disqualify the judge. Florida makes provisions for that in the law and rules.
http://www.doah.state.fl.us/ALJ/ - Enter Case #: 10-009935RX