Wrongly accused provided lawfirm with bulk client evidence n audio - IP addresses-photos and 52 other voice messages with 8 page text includes phone records and email headers to later discover they never submitted to judge rather NEVER defended properly
Report to the State Bar Association and/or potentially file for post conviction relief, but those are both Hail Mary moves.
Ineffective assistance of counsel claims are notoriously hard to prevail on, since you normally have to prove that had your attorney done things differently, there is a substantial likelihood that you would have prevailed.
But, it's certainly worth a shot and the specifics of your case may warrant assistance.
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It really depends on what stage of the proceeding you are in. Have you been to trial yet? Plead guilty? Trial still pending?
In any case, I would start with your attorney. Try to get, in writing (if possible) acknowledgment that the office received the materials. Depending on how helpful this material may have been, you might, and I stress "might" have an ineffective assistance of counsel argument--which could (and I stress could) get you a new trial or possibly allow you to withdraw your plea if one has been entered.
There is really no way to answer your question without knowing more. You should consult with an attorney, starting with your current attorney, about your case.
if your case is still pending,you may be able to get a different attorney appointed--or if you can afford an attorney, the courtmay allow you to substitute new private counsel.
but again--I really can't answer this question without knowing the full picture.
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