First, answer these questions to make sure the Chief Judge has the authority to deal with your complaint about conduct. * = required field 1. Are you only asking the Court to change or overturn a decision? * - Select -YesNo The Chief Judge has no power to change the outcome of a ruling or decision, order a new trial or overturn a decision. For any of these remedies you may need to file an appeal or apply for judicial review, not make a complaint. 2. Are you only asking the Chief Judge for information about a court file? * - Select -YesNo The Office of the Chief Judge does not have that information. In B.C., records of court proceedings are maintained by the Court Services Branch of the B.C. Ministry of the Attorney General. For information about a particular court matter, check Court Services Online or contact the Court Registry where the matter was heard. For information about access to court records please see the Access to Court Records policy. 3. The person whose conduct I want to complain about is a judge, judicial justice, judicial case manager or justice of the peace of: * - Select -The Provincial Court of British ColumbiaThe Supreme Court of British ColumbiaThe British Columbia Court of Appeal This form can only be used for complaints about judges and justices of the Provincial Court of British Columbia. For complaints relating to the BC Supreme Court and Court of Appeal, visit their websites or that of the Canadian Judicial Council. CAPTCHAThis question is for testing whether or not you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions. What code is in the image? * Enter the characters shown in the image.