Q: In middle of Juris/Dispo contested hearing County Counsel and I have transcript, misleads court and counsel by stating
that a police report read the police arrived at 4:59. It states dispatched. It's a big deal, the time, and a matter of 3 hours. She refers to the exhibit and states for court and counsel, repeats this 3 times. When my counsel in questioning a witness states, wasn't that actually 8:00, County Counsel objects and states that my attorney is now misstating the evidence. Counsel also states this afternoon time again, and states the police then did this, when it was in fact not the police and not in the afternoon. The CAD Incident Log states 4:59 as initiated. The police entered my home while I was sleeping at 8:00 p.m. She's preemptively destroying the truth, obfuscating a fact, in fact again stated something false, in order to hide that the CPS petition was false and that they withheld exculpatory information and I have already proven every claim false. I emailed her & asked to stop misleading court, I have transcripts, & she tells Judge I threatened her safety. I said I would report
A: The issue should first be brought to the judge The judge will simply look at the evidence. If the attorney is misstating the evidence, your lawyer will point this out and the opposing attorney will be lose credibility. You can report unethical conduct to the state bar.
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