The lawyer typically receives the discovery at the formal arraignment and should then send it to the client. There are times when the discovery has not been made available at formal arraignment, often due to difficulties the DA is having collecting the discovery. Contact your attorney to see if he has it.
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My suggestion is to allow the lawyer to request the discovery from the DA.
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I'm in complete agreement with the responses posted thus far. I write separately to say that you should ask current counsel to request discovery at once and to provide you with copies immediately.