Q: I'm in a pickle with this court case that I'm in right now and really need some help they are violating my civil rights
I have been charged with my 4 hibutial offence for drugs that I don't know how they can do so since I have asked them to DNA test the seringes in the case that were found in my vehicle in a bag of someone else property but the refuse to it would show that I had nothing to do with them and no idea of them being in my possession
If you're facing charges and believe your civil rights have been violated due to the refusal of a DNA test on evidence, you should promptly discuss this issue with a criminal defense attorney. In Michigan, as in all states, defendants have the right to challenge the admissibility of evidence and to argue for the inclusion of potentially exculpatory evidence, like DNA tests. An attorney can file motions on your behalf to request this testing and can also assess whether your rights have been violated during the process.
Considering the serious nature of a fourth habitual offense, the consequences are significant, and it's essential to have an attorney review your case as soon as possible to protect your rights and build a strong defense. If financial constraints are an issue, you may qualify for a public defender or could seek assistance from legal aid organizations in Michigan.
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