Howe v. Howe Even though, after the trial judge ruled on the parties’ custody motions, the transcriptionist recorded the judge’s comment to the bailiff that the plaintiff-father was “creepy”, this was an impression the judge developed during the hearing; moreover, the judge awarded the father visitation consistent with the parties’ previous practice. The trial judge did not abuse her discretion when she denied the father’s motion for reconsideration before she recused herself.
We affirm the denial of the father’s motion for reconsideration under N.C. R. Civ. P. 60.
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