Q: Laws and facts 4 cash bond 2 surety bonds.Change venue conflict of intrest Chief PA now was pd she is trying bury my
In 2013 my bf publick defender got him 6 years just ao happens to be the head prosuction in diffrent county and she is unbelievably throwing her new weight around. I know there being over tge top with cash bonds every one in supior court was cash bonds there over populated cots in day room something needs done
A: What? Not sure what your question is or if there is even a question here.
A: There's not much I can say here, but it's not uncommon for prosecutors to leave the State's Attorney's Office and become defense lawyers, and it's also not uncommon for defense lawyers to be hired to switch sides and work for the State's Attorney's Office.
There's nothing corrupt about that. I have worked with many former prosecutors who become fellow defense lawyers. It's no different than a player being traded to another baseball team. They're going to work just as hard for the new team as they did the last team.
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