Q: What happens if I fire my court appointed lawyer before my court hearing
A: You will be representing yourself or hiring someone to represent you.
Kiele Linroth Pace agrees with this answer
A: If you fire your court appointed lawyer then you would be advised to hire a replacement attorney as quickly as possible. There is a very good reason that attorneys do not represent themselves. They say that an attorney that represents himself has a foolish client. So take the hint and hire the best criminal defense attorney that is available in the county where the charges against you were filed.
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