It could very well be entrapment make a civilian complaint against the trooper to the NYSP. Make formalized complaint following their written procedures. They have a formalized procedure follow it, follow up on the investigation. Ask for and keep in touch with the investigator. If your attorney is not putting forth your defense borrow the money to hire an attorney that will. Many law firms accept credit cards. Or you can ask the court to assign different counsel for irrevocable breakdown in the attorney - client relationship. At the least DO NOT ACCEPT ANY DEALS! Put your lawyer to work and demand a trial. Often, an attorney does not want to prep a trial so they recuse themselves.Ask a similar question
the public defender is not on their side. Bring all these issues to his/her attention and defend this case. This was a setup!
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Do not make any deals with the law enforcement. If you cannot afford a private lawyer seek representation by public defender agencies or the Legal Aid Society. Public defender agencies while supported by public funding are independent from government.
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This definitely sounds like intimidation and entrapment. As the others stated definitely talk to a supervisor at the State Police headquarters.
The public defender is your attorney. If you feel he is not on your side, ask the judge for a change of attorney. Speak to this attorney about your feelings in this matter.Ask a similar question
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