Turning to the judge, be sure to show reverent and respectful to him and to the entire judicial process.
Before applying always get up from the place irrespective of, whether corresponding command the court clerk or not. Exception to this may be the only obvious and serious reasons. For example, a very bad feeling associated with a serious illness, disability or injury that prevents to his feet. Experienced judges are always carefully monitor this.
According to paragraph 3 of article 257 of the Criminal procedure code, when referring to the court all the persons of the hearing, you should say "Dear court", and in a letter to the judge - "Your honor." This form is the only true and respectful. In the civil code are advised to contact the arbiter of justice with the phrase "may it please the court" even in the case where the judge alone.
In practice, you can find other forms of address to the judge, not meet his objections. These include: "Mr. judge", "referee", "the High court". However, such forms are only relevant in civil proceedings. And they do not bear the proper degree of respect.
Refer to the judge only. The treatment "you" can be attributed to the dismissive form and lead to punishable consequences.
Do not interrupt the judge when he says. Wait until it completely finish his thought.
Always speak clearly and distinctly. Don't raise your voice and do not use profanity.
Remember that your form of address to a judge on your behavior depends largely on the building of further relations between you and other participants in the process. If you are relying on a favorable outcome, you should not test the patience of the judges. In some controversial issues, even a moment like behavior in court, can make a huge difference.