Yes. They are. But you're supposed to contact the lawyer, also. Make sure you contact the lawyer and make an appointment. Show up for that appointment. If the lawyer fails to show, you need to ask for another lawyer or, better yet, hire a qualified criminal defense lawyer with a track record of winning. Imagine yourself winning your case because you deserve a lawyer who will fight to win your case.
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If the medicine is in the correct prescription pill bottle with a valid prescription in her name and she's with you, it's fine. If she's not with you, grey area. If the pills are not in the correct prescription bottle whether she's with you or not, it's a felony.
The system is clogged. Court-appointed counsel may or may not even be aware of the appointment. The judge may not have seen the request. Imagine your husband winning his case by hiring a lawyer who will fight to win because you deserve a lawyer who will fight to win your case. Use a court appointed counsel only as a last resort.
You need to contact a licensed criminal defense attorney in Alabama. You must act quickly to preserve your rights and take the advantage in your case. If you'll call my office I will give you a free consultation and recommend a course of action.
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