What can a person do when their lawyer won't release their court appointed funds to them?
3 attorney answers
Hard question to understand. Court appointed funds would not go to the client, it would go to the lawyer. If that is what you are asking.
I do not understand the context of your question.
AVVO's algorithm categorized this as a criminal defense question and it obviously is anything but that.
I suggest that you speak with your lawyer and if you do not get a satisfactory answer from her / him then consult with another attorney.
In my experience when it comes to sufficient money "civil" lawyers will cannibalize one another.
Wishing you luck and hoping that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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Court appointed funds cannot be release to the client. ttorney's fees or costs?
Generally, costs are paid directly to the vendor