I'm not trying to hire an attorney I'm fighting a resisting arrest without violence case.. don't have funds to hire a lawyer so I'm doing it on my own.need to ask questions and get good feed back without them telling me they will take my case for a fee
If you cannot afford a private attorney, I strongly urge you to request a public defender. Attorneys can answer some general questions, however, they do not have access to the case and cannot tell you how to go about handling the matter on your own.
Wishing you good luck.
If you can not afford a private attorney, I believe that Florida has either a Public Defender service or appointed attorneys. There is much more to a case than just asking questions. There are rules of evidence that need to be followed, as well as time limits for your filings. A judge is not going to help you or take it easy on you when you do not know how to proceed.
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Frankly what you are asking is insulting.
You have a lawyer... the PD.
Ask your questions of your lawyer.
Wishing you better judgment and luck.
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