I'm charged with a felony domestic violence
. Because of the number of extenuating circumstances I pleaded no contest to a felony probation
charge. My wife is now willing to actually tell the truth and I have her medical reports for clinical psychologist. I'm in the process of requesting the judge to withdraw my plea. The judge has granted me a hearing scheduled for next week so I went to see the public defender
today my wife unexpectedly showed up to recap the story she gave to the police and they told her an investigator would be speaking to her. They put her in the waiting room but he was within clear earshot of all of my conversations with the public defender. She found my testimony
to be it's been upsetting and left the public defender's office. When I exited the office I did not see her in the waiting room and naturally assumed she was meeting with the investigator. He called me later extremely upset distraught because she heard everything that I had told my attorney for public defender. Prior to being put in the wedding room they brought her into the attorney meeting room and ask her if she was there 2 recap her testimony. I didn't do anything wrong but I feel my attorney-client privileges
were violated and now everything has changed as a result of
JA: What were you convicted of exactly? Have all your appeals been exhausted?
Customer: Read my message to you
JA: In what state did the domestic violence occur?
JA: Anything else you want the Lawyer to know before I connect you?
Customer: Attorney-client confidentiality
was violated. I'm charged with a felony with my wife being the victim and she went to the public defender's office and they positioned her where she could hear every damn thing I said. What recourse do I have at this point