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ChloroFiend

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I was never read my Miranda rights when arrested in IL. I cant afford my own attorney, so id really like a public defender. If i go to court, will they just dismiss my case because of this, or will i still be tried? If so, how do i get my defender?

 


I AM ALWAYS LIABLE

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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by ChloroFiend:
I was never read my Miranda rights when arrested in IL. I cant afford my own attorney, so id really like a public defender. If i go to court, will they just dismiss my case because of this, or will i still be tried? If so, how do i get my defender?

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My response:

No, you don't "want a public defender;" not unless you want to spend time with my buddy, Bubba. You'll do whatever it takes to get your own private attorney - - get a loan, borrow from family, whatever it takes.

IAAL



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