Nelson & Lawless | Terry Nelson
You will not. Pro bono is done by the Public Defender, paid for with our tax dollars for that purpose. You can politely request of the PD office a new assigned PD. Do not hold your breath in expectation, but explain why. If your bitch is that the PD is not providing you the personal attention a private attorney would, understand he has dozens of cases on calendar each day. You get what you pay for.
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