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If your son was involuntarily returned on an old warrant and is presently sitting in jail, he has probably been assigned a public defender. Most jurisdictions will have public defenders available for jail cases, recognizing that if you're in jail, you don't have the ability to look for counsel.
You can call the clerk of the court where your son is to appear and ask if a public defender has been assigned and who that lawyer is. The odds are better than good that he already has representation.
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