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He should fire his attorney

Chavez’s need of legal representation was painfully clear during his roughly hour-long hearing. After his motion to delay the case because of his lack of an attorney and stated need for medical treatment from Veterans Affairs was denied, Chavez frequently needed Rea’s guidance as he questioned the validity of evidence, took the stand to provide testimony and submitted exhibits of his own.

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