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What is the difference between hiring an attorney and using the appointed public defender?

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When a person is accused of a crime, that person has a decision to make whether or not to accept the appointed public defender or to seek private counsel. The benefit in seeking private counsel is that a private attorney can give your case the time it needs. Assistant public defenders are often times overworked and underpaid, private counsel can give the attention and detail that your case deserves.

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