Q: Why didn't the DA know I wasn't In Prison? And why didn't they help me figure it out? Can they be getting paid for it?

January 4th 2019 I told my Public defender, DA, and judge . PD had his office verify that I was in prison, then told the judge and DA and they didn't know anything about it. I've never been arrested out of Ventura county why wouldn't they know when I've been fighting cases since 2013. Since January 4th 2019 they have tried to put me in prison twice. 4.5 years on March 21 and 16 months week and a half later. They couldn't because I have been complying with everything they have asked me to. And 16 months for police contact. I also filed a pitchess Motion, which they have lied about twice already. Going on my third and with the new laws what I have said should come out. If not the judge and DA are covering up for the officers. And I believe that there is criminal activity going on. Officer related to a gang member that was murdered. And there vengeance and vendetta to get anyone that's associates with the people they believe murdered his cousin. The judge precluded it from his roo

1 Lawyer Answer
Dale S. Gribow
Dale S. Gribow
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Palm Desert, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: MUCH more info needed.

i would think if you have a PD that your questions should be addressed to him or her as they have ALL the facts

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