A Police Interview may not be in a Discovery . The person quote a new statement about this interview and reflected a previous police report . It is related to a person in current case . I did send it to the Public Defender . Is it permissible to file it to the Judge ?
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Your question is unclear to me. If you are a party to a case, one-sided communication is disallowed. If you are simply trying to get information about a criminal case to someone, the prosecutor is a good palce to start as he or she has an obligation to share it with the otehr side.
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You should only communicate with your lawyer about your case.
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As a former judge, I can tell you that you can not have this "ex parte" communication with the judge. The judge simply will not read it an will send a copy of it to your Public Defender and the DA and send out an order for you to not attempt to directly communicate with the judge every again.
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