I can assure you that the fact that you have not received a copy of the charging documents is neither unusual or inappropriate. That is how all felony arrests are handled in this county -- the defendant normally does not receive a copy of the criminal complaint until he or she appears at the walk-in arraignment. Defendants are normally just given the bail notice telling them where and when to appear.
My recommendation to you would be that you consider utilizing your stand-by counsel for purposes of negotiating a disposition in this case (if you are interested in trying to do that). I think that would be the more fruitful approach.
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