Los Angeles, CA asked in Criminal Law, Appeals / Appellate Law, Civil Rights and Constitutional Law for California

Q: Can the same court hold a new pitchess motion when they have already proven to be bias?

I've had an appeal that I lost. My concern is that the appeal was left back in the same courthouse. Where they have already violated my civil and constitutional rights in my trial. I have all my minute orders, docs, and transcripts. To prove of all there wrong doings. The problem is they never let me have proper Council. Denied 4 Marsden motions and then sealed the records. So I hire an appeal attorney. Everything was going fine untill they left it back in the hands that maliciously went out of there way to convict me. It was the same result on the pitchess motion. I know for a fact they are lying. So now on my second appeal they sent me a letter with only 3 weeks left saying there not going to appoint me an appeals lawyer. So now they have denied me any way of winning. I also have evidence that Ventura County Courthouse is doing this for judicial economy. I need help. 60 days from January 4th 2019. That's how I've been treated for 7 years. Thank you M.A.P

1 Lawyer Answer

Dale S. Gribow

Answered
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Palm Desert, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: i have always had problems in Ventura County too.

they treat lawyers as poorly as some litigants.

why not google legal aid and see what criminal lawyers come up that will handle pro bono or at a reduced fee

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