state of Arizona supreme court had ruled that the police at that time had to have a warrant to draw blood unless it was drawn with the permission of the defendant . My court appointed attorney was supposed to present this to the judge and get my blood work thrown out because they did not have my consent . After having four attorneys replaced by the state for one reason or another the attorney I finally end up with tells me he had presented it to the judge and he had thrown it out . So he then tells me I have no choice but to take their plea bargain which I did . After it was all said and done I have another attorney pull court / case file to find that the court appointed attorney had lied and never sent that to the judge . Can I not do anything about this ? The entire case was blood work .
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