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Marsden Hearing / Case law
« on: May 09, 2007, 07:48:48 PM »
I've had six attorney's now in my false DCFS/Dependency Case in Los Angeles, California.  I recently had a Marsden hearing regarding my last attorney not timely filing subpoenas to have witnesses at my trial or doing anything I requested of him.  The Judge (Department 406) ruled against me and told me I had to either use the attorney, hire my own, or represent myself.  I wouldn't commit to making the decision, so the Judge said fine, then you will represent yourself.

I don't have the money to hire an attorney, I've never fired an attorney in this case before , and I can't represent myself against a corrupt system.  I can file a Writ of Mandamus and plan to do so.

What I would like to know... does anyone know of any SPECIFIC Marsden case law, or case law regarding the appointment of counsel that has or could be used in a Writ or Appeal? I need to show that the Judge erred and I should be allowed appointed counsel.

Please let me know, Thanks.


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