You have to ask this question in California. Most attorneys who practice in Arizona have no clue about what to do in California. For example, I have never even heard of a conflict panel before.
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Not sure why you are posting this in an Arizona criminal forum. I am assuming the conflicts panel is a division of the prosecutor's office that is determining a plea offer. You would need to contact the prosecutor's office directly of the agency handling the case. If you are speaking of a "conflict" panel concerning the appointment of a public defender, then you need to take that up with the public defenders office. If you are speaking of a "conflicts" panel because of concerns about ethical behavior of a judge, prosecutor, or defense attorney, then you would need to contact California Bar Assoc.
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