The Denver judge, who last spring ruled that former foreclosure king Larry Castle and his law firm did not violate state laws designed to protect consumers against fraudulent charges, was biased and made several missteps during the three-week bench trial leading up to his decision, the Colorado attorney general's office asserts in its appeal of the verdict. In a 68-page argument filed with the Colorado Court of Appeals over why a new trial should be granted, the state says District Judge Morris Hoffman disregarded an earlier state Supreme Court decision in the case that said costs and fees that are openly disclosed to clients are not absolved from being deceptive.

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