My boyfriend gave me so much information about his trial, including how his public defender didn't really help him in certain ways. We're trying to get him out of prison, since he's innocent. I've written up a detailed story of what happened during his trial. In it I put what he told me the public defender had done as far as lying to him or not helping him. I emailed it to the public defender. He emailed me back telling me how everything that I said about him was false and basically reprimanding everything I had written. I've also sent it to the prosecutor and the DA. Do you think that was a good idea? I don't really care what they think because I believe my boyfriend 100%, but now I'm worried that maybe that will cost him in the long run, especially if I wasn't 100% factual. But the thing is, I sent a copy to my boyfriend and he said it was perfect. He said I put everything in it the way it happened, so it has to be factual. And I do know how corrupt some lawyers can be, so the public defender could be lying to me. Ugh....I'm so frustrated. But anyway, again, my question is, do you think sending it to them was a good idea or not?
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