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all he asked was for my info and my passengers info then he got back in his car my passingers got out and ran he said that he new they had drugs on them Then he called the dog out never found them r any drugs then he letd me back in my car then tells me to get back out another officer is at my house and wants to talk to me i said for wat i am headin to work then he says he is detainin me then when they get me to my house the keep houndin me till i let them in to search for two susprcts only then they say they find stuff in the tras
Can you tell me how to go about doing this? I have a public defender but so far she hasnt been willing to go overpaperwork, evidence, etc... I've had to point out important flaws in their case that, being my lawyer, she should have already noted. As of now she has told me that she's aware that my rights have been
violated but that "it's Highland County" & there's nothing i can do about it. She has given me the option to plead no contest or guilty. When i didnt agree with that she exclaimed "i dont know if youre just f*cking stupid or what!" Any advice you can give right now would be greatly appreciated. I have had their last 3 cases against me dismissed on account of wrong doing on behalf of the courts &/or the sheriffs dept.
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