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A hearing has been set. If I oppose current counsels motion

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A hearing has been set. If I oppose current counsel's motion to withdraw as counsel, am I allowed to present to the judge some email correspondece between myself and the lawyer as "exhibits" during the hearing?
DearCustomer- You can proffer the emails as exhibits at your hearing. I can't guarantee that the judge will actually admit them into evidence since that is at the discretion of the court. I see no reason why they wouldn't be admitted assuming they contain information relevant to your case and the motion to withdraw.
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