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How can you get another lawyer if you're not satisfied with the one the courts assigned you?

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Haven't received a call visit or seen court lawyer in over a year now return to call or anything

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You can hire a private lawyer. If you can't afford a private lawyer and want the court to assign a new one then you should ask for a Nelson Hearing. You will have to convince the judge that the current lawyer has been ineffective.

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Mr. Trabin is exactly correct here. Follow his advice.

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Set a consultation with a new lawyer, get a fee quote that you can afford, and your new lawyer will worry about the details of substituting as counsel.

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