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What is the status of the post conviction? And you want a referral to a CO attorney or service who will review that facts, matters and documents of the case, is that correct?
I see. Yes, there may be must more the PCR did not see. If you want someone to review you have a few choices.
You can contact the AZ Bar Association for a referral service in your area
Additionally, if you are near a law school you can contact the Legal Clinic, which provides assistance by 3rd year law students who are supervised by licensed attorney's and they may be able to assist you.
Finally, you can also contact the AZ Criminal Defense Bar which will narrow your search.
I hope this was helpful.
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Well, you may need to use the the PCL and you are guaranteed lawyers who are reputable and in good standing with the Bar Association. That is why I provided that information. It's better than the yellow pages. Though word of mouth is always good. So you can try the court house. Most bailiff's have a finger on the pulse of what attorneys are "winning attorneys"
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