I have a first time offender case which i received 20 years probation for a theft by deception case the da wanted me to go to prison because of who i am and has stated i will get you so i missed paying on my restistution and he tried to get the max sentance of 2 years nownow i got a misdominor charge and he wants to revoke the rest of my probation which is twelve years all my lawyers have told me that the da doe's not like me and im guilty before i go to court as was the same thing as last time
Moving your case means a change of venue the rules for which can be found in § 17-7-150 of the Georgia Code. However you seem to want not a change of venue but a rather to seek a change of prosecutor. Unless you can show some demonstrated bias on the part of the prosecutor you will have trouble removing the prosecutor. There must be a compelling legal reason to remove the prosecutor from the case.
Having already entered a plea of guilty and already have been revoked once, it will be nearly a miracle to change venue now. The burden is on you and you must show a reason so compelling that it would be unjust to allow the revocation in the county.
However, as a former ADA I can tell you that once you enter a plea, no matter how much your lawyer, the DA or the Probation Officer argue it is solely within the discretion of the Judge to do what the law allows them to do.
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