already this is my second attorney.And rightly so. It isn't your or your lawyer's job to provide evidence against you to the state.
Don't poke the bear.
If your two attorneys have told you the same thing, it seems likely a third attorney will tell you the same. But, if you want a new attorney, follow Just Blue’s advice quoted below.already this is my second attorney.
I have changed the first attorney for this same reason but now second attorney also doing the same question.
Actually i have selected attorney thru internet. I do not know how to get right attorney.
Here is a link to the California Bar with help in finding an attorney in the Los Angeles area:1. Contact the state bar and get several referrals for Criminal Defense Attorneys.
2. Call and make an appointment with all for a consult.
3. After the consultations select the attorney that you (a.) have confidence in and (b.) you can afford.
may be it is 17 years old but each & every field in the pdf document are exactly same in the same order in my report also. My report and above pdf are exactly same.That particular manual is 17 years old. You can ask to add any supplements, but there is no requirement that they add anything to it - especially once it has been submitted to the prosecutor. The report is NOT direct evidence. Any new info you have can be presented at trial or provided to the City Attorney or the District Attorney (if charged as a felony, which I suspect will not occur ... but, you never know).
I agree that I drove away but I was just trying to tell the reason why I drove away...Once more I remind you, the REPORT is NOT EVIDENCE. The CHP officer can only testify as to what his investigation revealed (measurements, physical evidence, etc.) and, to a lesser extent, what he was told (subject to hearsay). You can bring the driver swap up at trial IF it goes to trial, but, that doesn't change the fact that you appear to have fled the scene without providing the required information in violation of VC 20002 (or VC 20001 if a felony). Who drove and whether they were licensed or not would NOT absolve you of guilt for fleeing.
Your attorney isn't dealing with a defense strategy at the moment because there is no prosecution or defense at this point. Adding information and statements might only hurt you! Adding a supplement where you run off at the mouth may well hang you in a hit and run case, so he's probably wanting you to keep your shorts on and sit tight and wait and see.
*IF* the matter goes to court, and *IF* your attorney believes it will be to your benefit to testify as to the why of it at trial, THEN you can try and explain yourself. Until then, all you will be doing is providing a written confession to the crime!I agree that I drove away but I was just trying to tell the reason why I drove away...