The information complaint fails to state who the victim is. The formerly protected party is deceased. The prosecutor told the court at the arraignment that it related to two parties who do not have restraining orders. I asked about that on Avvo. The prosecutor just wrote and said it doesn't relate to those two parties and advised me to review the complaint. He seems to be playing games. There are no names and he is the one that said it was the two parties without orders. Should I file a demurrer at this time because he advised the Court during arraignment that is one set of parties and now wrote me that it is not. The complaint is silent and doesn't apprise of who I did what to. Beyond the prosecutorial misconduct is outrageous. Not one truthful word to date.
You really need to bring all your paperwork and sit down with a lawyer to review. While it may make no sense to you, it may to the lawyer. Most criminal defense attorneys here on AVVO offer free initial consultations. Avail yourself of one. What court is your case in?
You have the right to remain silent, but it's meaningless if you continue to post details of the case on Avvo, where anybody can read them.
This is at least your second post on this issue. It's foolish to represent yourself with stuff you get from a website. I know several criminal defense attorneys and prosecutors who've faced criminal charges, and they have all hired a trusted colleague to represent them.
Quit messing around with this. Either hire a lawyer and keep your discussions private, or ask the judge to appoint the Public Defender to represent you.
This is NOT legal advice. It is a general discussion of legal principles by a California lawyer, and does not create an attorney/client relationship. You should always consult PRIVATELY with an attorney.
Don’t do this on your own. Meet with an attorney to discuss the specific facts further. Many reputable attorneys offer a free consultation either in office or over the phone so meet with at least one without delay. Best wishes.
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