Go to trial and if the PD is unwilling or unable, then ask the court to appoint an attorney or hire an experienced criminal defense attorney.
If at all possible you need to hire a private attorney. There are several good public defenders however most are overworked and underpaid.
I will be happy to speak with you at no cost with a FREE phone consultation if you have a San Diego or California matter. Please call my office at 619-238-1905 or visit my website at www.lawofficeofwilliamdaley.com
As attorney Keller noted, if you have a fundamental disagreement with your public defender that is impairing your ability to prepare a defense, then it may be prudent to ask the Court to appoint counsel. Do not, disclose details in open court or online.
Stew Crawford, Jr., Esq.
Crawford Law Firm
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