There's a time to double-down, but is this one of those moments?
No matter what happened in a solitary match (or even a couple), the game and cards are designed in Japan. Nobody here, including the moderators or staff, can do anything but distribute and play what they're handed. Since they just went through the entire playset a couple months ago (in July), and banned 4 popular Trainers, we've got to assume that Judge passed the cut. You'll need to learn Kanji, and appeal to Tokyo, if you think otherwise.
Second, I'm sorry, but Judge really isn't that good (or dangerous) of a card to begin with. Turn 1 or not, it just doesn't see enough play to warrant a lot of concern. Tapu Lele has been around for a long time now (May 2017), and if you look at the Top 8 decks from last year's Regionals, Internationals, or Worlds Championship, I'd be very surprised if you find even one Judge. It's obvious that the players better than you or I don't think Tapu Lele & Judge are broken enough to play, let alone worry about.
Edited by RobRatt, 20 September 2018 - 01:04 AM.