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Preliminary Conference - do I need a lawyer?

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1 Preliminary Conference - do I need a lawyer? on Thu Sep 08, 2011 10:12 pm


Arresto Menor
I am a complainant on a criminal case - robbery and a Preliminary Conference and Pre-Trial dates were set already. My question is- do I need a lawyer on this Preliminary Conference?

I don't have any lawyer yet and honestly don't have much money to pay for lawyers. The accused pleaded not guilty during the arraignment but we have a very strong evidence since we caught them in my improvised CCTV and the barangay tanods were able to recover the stolen laptop from the robbers.

please help.. thanks!

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Arresto Menor
no. the prosecutor is your lawyer since it is a criminal case. just keep attending.

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if u want the assistance of a private counsel you can do so.

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Prision Correccional
at your pleasure, you may hire one if you have the means, otherwise, the Government Prosecutor assigned on such Court will represent you

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