talk with your attorney..... Never talk with the police without your lawyer..... You are charged with the most serious charges so do not be foolish enough to think the police are going to help you
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You need to talk to your lawyer and not put anything else out on the internet. If you have concerns about your lawyer, there are many highly skilled criminal defense lawyers out there. Do NOT, under any possible set of circumstances, talk to the police!
Your family didn't give you an appointed lawyer. The government did. The same government that's trying to convict you. Hire a private attorney. If you think you can't afford it, multiply a minimum wage job times 30 years and think about what your freedom is worth.
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Do whatever you can to hire a private defense attorney. It is going to take an enormous amount of work to present the defense you describe.