would like attorney to ask but he will not ask about chain of custody from one hospital to another? how important is that? also they saved no sample for defense to examine as I understand that a sample is good for six months for testing. true?
If you have an attorney you need to review the facts with them. If they can't answer your questions, get an attorney that can. Chain of custody and the inability to independently re-test samples can have an impact on your case. However, without more information it's impossible to tell you what impact there may be in your case. That's why you need to discuss the case with your attorney.
Please note, my answers to questions do NOT create an attorney/client relationship. Only after a written agreement is entered into between the parties is an attorney/client relationship created. Additionally, the responses posted here are done so on limited information and should not be fully relied upon without an in person consultation where the entire case is reviewed and discussed in detail.
To be honest, people are always looking for some magic out for their cases. This may be a factor, but it may also be just a better tool with negotiation.
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