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Indigent Defense provides attorneys for those who cannot afford one in criminal matters only. However, if a Motion for Enforcement (contempt) is filed against you, you might be eligible for a court-appointed attorney.
No, attorneys are assigned to cases by a court on a rotation.
If found guilty, there could be fines, court costs, or restitution, including reimbursement of attorney's fees, the defendant would be responsible for.