Suggest you contact local bar association for referrals. If you face criminal charges, you have Constitutional right to no-charge legal defense ie public defender.
The best way is to retain an experienced criminal defense attorney who can speak directly with all officers involved and will know what steps to take to protect your rights.
At least as I have read your post, you have counsel representing you who has apparently spoken with at least one police officer involved. If that reading is correct, your attorney should be your sole source of information and advice on this matter. Looking for second opinions on the Internet, in my humble opinion, is a very bad play.
One excellent quarterback is enough, two QBs leads to misplays, interceptions and general chaos.
As proof, look at that hot mess known as the New York Jets.
In New England, we just give the ball to Brady.
You should have one lawyer handling both matters.
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