My mom's house was raided n they r charging me with possession and delivery of drugs but the police were very crooked ,lied n broke laws.also I was never in possession of anything
The "pro bono" attorneys for criminal law cases are the public defenders. Indigent defendants are appointed public defenders at no charge to the defendants.
For persons with money to pay and do not qualify for public defenders, few attorneys are go to volunteer to work for free. In cases in which the issues are of significant interest, some law firms or individual attorneys may decide to take on the case for free.
A drug possession case likely is not one of those with significant interest.
To apply for a public defender, you can contact the court where your case is being heard once you have a court hearing scheduled. The court staff will have the information on how to apply for a public defender.
The great thing about finding a pro bono attorney for criminal defense is that all you have to do is go down to the courthouse and apply for a public defender.
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Apply for a court appointed attorney if you qualify. If the court/Judge says you make too many money or have to many assets you will have to hire a private criminal defense attorney to hire. Good luck
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