I encourage you to ask your attorney for a personal meeting. You may find out that more has happened then you are aware of. Nine times out of ten, if you talk it through, you will get things worked out with one another. I wish you the best of luck.Ask a similar question
I agree with the previous answer and have also found that a candid face-to-face meeting between attorney and client is usually all that's needed to get both parties on the same page. If you are still dissatisfied after such a meeting, or cannot get one arranged, you are always free to seek a second opinion from another lawyer. Two extremely well qualified DUI defense lawyers in Michigan are Patrick Barone and William Maze. You may search for them online via Google or www.ncdd.com where you can also find many attorneys who have a strong focus on DUI defense in Michigan.
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To add to the really good advice you have already recieved,as the famous line recalls"what we have here is a failure to communiate" which may be the case here. Sometimes the only way to communicate with your lawyer is an office meeting with nothing to distract either one of you.Most attorney/client questions can be resolved to your satisfaction.Please call your lawyer today.
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