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Court-appointed attorneys generally have a large case load. So when they’re given a day, depending on what stage your case is at – if it’s at the initial stages and you’re going through the initial process at court – on any given day, the court-appointed attorney can have 8-10 cases. Once it’s up in the trial group, those attorneys have anywhere from 20 to 50 cases – which is a heavy case load to pay special attention to your case. When you hire a private attorney, you’re generally getting very private attention for your case. The case loads aren’t as high so we’re able to concentrate on doing the more in-depth case analysis, interviewing officers, seeing whatever experts are needed – there’s just more time in which to focus on a case that court-appointed attorneys don’t necessarily get.