Why are you trying to defend this lawsuit without an attorney?
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I would suggest that you file a grievance with the precinct (probably W.LA) desk sargent. That will initiate an investigation which should result in the cops backing off...unless, of course, the investigation contradicts your claim.
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It seems like you're trying to find someone who agrees with you, and that is not what an attorney is trained to do. You hired a lawyer to protect your interests but don't want to accept his opinions. Unless you have found him to be unreliable or unresponsive, you should rely on his opinions. Otherwise, get a new lawyer, but don't expect to hire anyone reputable simply becuase he agrees with you.
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We would need more information to answer this question accurately, such as whether you currently have a partnership agreement and what it says. Assuming that no agreement exists, generally you need a majority of partners to make major decisions. In your case, a combination of any two partners would constitute a majority.