Others may have a different opinion, but after 4 years, an OK lawyer will be better and a good lawyer is even better. If you think you communicate well with your lawyer, that should be enough.
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This is a question that only you can answer. You've met with her. Did you interview her to explore her level of experience and skill in handling the type of case you have? Does she have experience in handling drug cases? Have you interviewed other lawyers. You are the consumer/client you have the burden of satisfying yourself about the qualifications of a prospective candidate. No one here can directly answer the question you have asked. Good luck.
It all depends on the person. There are attorneys that are amazing right out of law school, and attorneys who are terrible with 20+ years of experience. Only you can decide whether or not your attorney is competent enough to represent you.
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