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If you are a defendant in a criminal case and you have an attorney, he or she will be provided a copy of the police report(s) after making a general appearance. If you choose to represent yourself (Pro Per), and it is stated on the record, a copy of your police report will be provided to you by our Discovery Unit. We cannot provide police reports to anyone until after the arraignment. If you have a warrant for your arrest, you must clear this up with the courts, and get a court date before a police report can be obtained.
Please call our office at 707-253-4211 for more information.
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No. All attorneys are governed by a code of ethics that prevents them from speaking directly to anyone who has an attorney. As long as you are represented by an attorney, we may speak only to your attorney. Any questions that you have about your case need to be answered by your attorney.