Not in that context- she represents the State, not you. You could have an independent attorney and sue her for civil theft as well.Ask a similar question
You can hire a lawyer to represent you as the VICTIM and coordinate with the State attorney throughout the entire criminal process.
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West Palm Beach, FL
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You can not for the criminal claim. The government pursues the charges against the defendant. However, if you have a civil claim for damages your own attorney can handle.
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