There have been a number of people in court situations where the magistrate/judge has asked “so what would you like to do?”.
This is a significant statement and offers several clues to your current situation, some you may have missed.
The bottom line is the magistrate/judge is giving you a big helping hand (at least a temporary one).
This statement is indicative of a missing step in your process or your ongoing actions in court. You may have even resolved the matter without knowing it eg through your process that shows agreement.
To be clear the magistrate cannot give you legal advice, but can make “teasing” statements/questions that might indicate the court is awaiting some key action from you in order to move forward or even close out a proceeding.
For example, if there is agreement via an administrative process or claim, yet the prosecution continues to argue and distract…
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