Did you have the judge state that he is under oath on record?
The judge, as police officers, acts upon two dual capacities. One, off record, as an officer of the court; and two, under oath, as a true judge. Most proceedings usually occur with the judge acting as an officer of the court without a jury or even a present 3rd party.
Think about the people's court. One person is suing another and the judge is acting as the "judge" or neutral third party. When you go to court for a traffic ticket who is the party charging you? the prosecutor, your defending yourself, and who is the judge? the 3rd party. However, unless you put the judge under oath he is an officer of the court and not on your side.
Things change when you put him under oath on record.
I reserve the right to govern myself.