Unless they are searching for a dangerous fugitive or a imprisoned victim,such as a kidnapped woman or a missing child, you generally can ask to call your attorney before honoring the warrant,and as long as you can get one there immediately its usually accepted that they'll wait ,you just have to not touch anything or remove anything prior to him arriving and the matter being settled,they normally rather wait a few minutes or even hours once they have the premises secure (if no lives are indanger) rather than have your attorney file a writ against the search and win,getting it stopped and anything obtained tossed out of the case,meaning they'd usually rather error on the side of caution,and having your lawyer there to explain the warrant or to watch they dont exceed its limits is in both you and the polices best interests..they wont wait forever tho so you would have to have counsel available right away (they wont wait a week while you look for a lawyer) .so just ask when they serve the warrant and normally they would wait (actually if your someone that has a decent lawyer always available for such matters,they treat you a lot better than John Q Public ) .They dont have to wait, but anything thats there will be there in an hour so they have nothing to loose by waiting either.
for a judge to be removed there Must be a conflicting interest in the case
just cause Must be prove other wise. (not because someone don't like them)
Very little unless the above is met.