There we many mistakes made in the plea. And a lot of lies about my son.
There are no pro bono attorneys except in rare cases where an organization like the Innocence Project takes up your cause. Private attorneys work for fees and public defenders are paid by the county.
There is not sufficient information in your question to answer correctly. Counsel is correct there is a rare instance when a "Pro bono Attorney will take your case. If you do not have the funds or resources to pay an attorney connect with the State Public Defenders office and see if your son qualifies for their assistance.
He has a right to have an attorney assigned or public defender for one appeal. You should also contact the Innocence Project. If neither of those are successful, he may need private counsel.
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