Thanks for the additional facts. This guy's record has already been tainted. Make sure that the public defender knows his history and knows he's been rousting you.
You can file a complaint
about his with his superiors, file another with Internal Affairs and still another with the State Attorney General's Office, citing a course of police harassment and the false arrest
. Before you do that though, you're going to want to show anything you write to your attorney when you get one since anything you say can be used against you. You also want to be guided by him as to the timing of the complaint. Your case is new and it may be unwise to get him angry at this time.
Public defenders come in all kinds. Some are ve,ry fine attorneys. Some are just terrible and most are at least average. Generally, however they have a great deal of criminal experience, and you likely won't have to convince a public defender that a police officer can lie and have vendettas.
In general, if you have a personality clash with your attorney, can't communicate with him or her, don't think he/she is interested in assisting you according to your expectations and isn't motivated to represent your interests, you can tell that to the judge and ask that your lawyer be relieved and that another public defender can be appointed.
Generally, early in the case, a judge is usually willing to make one change of assigned counsel. If you think the situation can be saved, you don't have to go that far. Most public defenders work for a defender organization and they have supervisors they are accountable to. Call the office, talk to his boss, and tell him what your PD is doing wrong. That can help. Save the appeal to the judge for when you're at your wit's end. You're likely only to get one shot at replacement unless you're willing and able to hire a lawyer of your own.