Q: Im fight a possession of a firearm.i want to file a bond against the court for two reasons one there's a Hobbs motion .
The da before I was arrainged gave a lawyer that I never ended up hiring for this case the discovery which violates the Hobbs motion that a judge has to allow permission and that no file of the case can be spoken of until arraingment.two da lied and tried to add enhancement that I committed a crime while out on bail.whicj is a lie the date he said the crime was committed I was in jail so the judge motion the enchament to come off because it wasnt true.now that is my second point is that the da tried to submit papers into the court that were false.
A: While you may have a defense, you appear to misunderstand the law of criminal procedure. A "Hobbs Motion" for example has to do with the disclosure of the identity of a confidential informant, not the production of documents. And more of an explanation is needed of what you mean by filing a "bond against the court." You may have better success explaining your concerns over the telephone than in writing. Many on this forum offer free initial consultations. Good luck.
MUCH MORE INFO IS NEEDED.
EITHER HIRE A LOCAL LAWYER OR COOPERATE WITH THE LAWYER THE COURT HAS APPOINTED FOR YOU. THAT LAWYER WOULD HAVE ACCESS TO ALL THE INFORMATION AND BE IN THE BEST POSITION TO GUIDE YOU.
ARE YOU FOCUSED ON AN INFORMANT WITH THE HOBB'S MOTION?
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