Not an immigration question. I am therefore changing the practice area.
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This is a criminal law issue
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If you are required to be present for all of your court dates in Leon County that means one of two things. You are either a juvenile defendant, or you are represented by the Office of the Public Defender or the Regional Office of Conflict Counsel. This means that the Court has appointed an attorney to represent you. You can hire an attorney of your choice at any time. If you cannot afford to do that, you will likely be stuck with whatever attorney the Court appointed to represent you. A court appointed attorney has to be found to be particularly ineffective for you to get a new one. You would have to ask the Court for a "Nelson Hearing," to have your court appointed attorney removed. Be prepared to lose the hearing.
Write to the Judge an demand a Nelson Hearing.
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