Why would a prosecutor withdraw from a case??????????
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Chances are that the prosecutor has some conflict or schedule hiccup. I really doubt that the judge would allow an attorney to withdraw because of an unreasonable defendant. If you have an attorney, have your counsel ask the judge for the reason why the prosecutor has been changed.
I do agree with you that a prosecutor would probably take the stance of: if we can't arrive at a deal then we will try the case. Find out more details as I suspect that there is more going on here. I would suspect it is a scheduling conflict with the prosecutor's office.
I would recommend having experienced counsel on your side to better fight your charges. Your freedom is too important.
I hope that this was helpful.
Parker Evan Bornmann
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It is highly unusual for any legal professional to withdraw because someone is being unreasonable in any case. It is unheard of for the judge to withdraw for the same reasons. The judge is in charge. If the defendant was being unreasonable to the extent of being disruptive, the judge can hold him in contempt and exclude him until he becomes civil.
I suspect there is more going on here; perhaps a conflict or something else...