You will need court approval to alter a court order. Ask you attorney if the prosecutor will sign an agreed order to substitute one company for another. Listen to your lawyers advice. If you don't agree with it seek a second opinion.
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In California, your attorney will need to motion up your case before compliance is required and have the Judge change the order.
Seth Weinstein, Esq.
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