When his attorney contacts him she says it has been continued. I s,am u aware if he gets to protest this continuance.
Can his court appointed attorney agree to a continuance without his approval or because of her case load? so he should ask his so called attorney to get it dismissed or go to trial?
f this comes to trial or dismissed for lack of evidence is there legal action that he can take against her?
Ok well it seems like we are stuck. Will suggest that he expresses to his attorney NO MORE CONTINUANCES and go to trial or dismiss the charges. maybe even try to get another attorney, but afraid this will delay it further,
Well thank you. Just seems so unfair to have to go through this and not be able to get employment on someones vindictiveness
We will insist on that. Didn't know we had that option. Thank you!
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