My evidence that prooves the allegations of CPS are false have been given to my court appointed attorney and she has refused to give the information to the court. How to I get the information to the judge and request a new hearing?
Have you asked her why she will not submit the evidence? Perhaps the evidence is inadmissible under the rules of evidence, or she has other equally valid legal reasons.
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It is never good to do legal research on your own. Most of the time evidence clients want to give me are completely irrelevant and may be focused on a petty issue. I would never provide the information to the judge if it was some trivial issue because it would look as if the person didn't really understand the big issues involved.
When Is started I did some juvenile cases and many times the evidence they provided was not dispositive and other times completely fraudulent.
Also sometimes if it going to trial, then it might be more advantageous then. You can either accept their advice or do your own lawyering. Everyone would advise you that your attorney knows better.
This is just my opinion and not a comprehensive answer. You assume the risk because this answer may not apply to your situation depending on the facts.
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