During a meeting between a defendant his attorney and the attorneys investigator, a certain distinct statement was made. The attorneys investigator later questioned the alleged victim. It is my belief that the investigator repeated statements made by the defendant because the alleged victim had not attended one court date (approx 10+ court dates). Also, the alleged victim lives an hour from court. However, after the aforementioned meeting and statement, the alleged victim attended the very next court date. But I rescheduled the last minute (sick). At the rescheduled hearing the alleged victim attends again, but leaves after we make eye contact and before I get called up. The statement at the meeting was "I want to face my accuser and I am going to plead not guilty"I guess my point is "what else was divulged that I won't discover until it’s too late?" Various motions were discussed. Also, pleading hot guilty doesn't become public record until my arraignment. Now the prosecution has an advantage because they know what to prepare for (2 mos prior to arraignment). Now valuable time can be spent on research for counter motions that the alleged victim "suddenly became aware of". I fear that I may lose due to direct timely counter motions that will give an appearance of guilt. Gambling and waiting to see if what was divulged is harmless or not is not only absurd but sounds naive knowing it’s a possibility.