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Many people feel their attorney is not working for them. However, the attorney also has to follow the laws and court process as well. You have to put in writing to the attorney what you want done, since he represents you and has to do what you request in accordance to the law. Thus, if what you are asking is legal for him to do then you have the right to direct what he does in the case. Unfortunately, if he does not want to do this for you, I am afraid your sole recourse is that you have to terminate this attorney and get a new attorney to take your case.
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