Without a lot more information, it is difficult to understand what the real conflict may be here. You can waive a conflict of your attorney, however, I suggest you pay to have an attorney review the circumstances for you, perhaps including reviewing the case file if you believe there have been some "mistakes". Once an independent attorney has reviewed the situation and advised you, you will be in a position to make an intelligent, informed decision.
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