More than 100 lawyers have already been hired to help former football player, Marc Sessler, after he was charged with domestic violence in January 2016.
Mr Sessler was accused of throwing a bottle at his estranged wife, and she suffered a head injury.
The case has been referred to the DPP for consideration.
But he has denied the allegations, and the case against him has been dismissed.
Sue Johnson, a lawyer for Mr Sessler and his family, told Football Italian it was “very difficult” for him to get the job of legal assistant, given the length of time he had already been away from work.
“The fact that the case is in the hands of DPP is a huge deal because there is a possibility that this case could be dismissed at the end of this year,” Ms Johnson said.
“It is not a simple job to find an associate, especially one who is not involved in the case.”
The lawyer also said it was very difficult to get on the case, given that he has been away for a year.
Ms Johnson added: “Marc Sessler is not in a particularly good position because of his time away from the court.”
He has already spent a year in rehab.
“As a result, his lawyers are not even in a strong position to give advice to him.”
It has also been reported that the DPs’ office is looking into whether to appoint a new assistant, but Ms Johnson stressed that the matter was “not open”.
The case is currently before the DPC in the D’Italia region, but there are currently no indications that any of the legal experts involved will be hired.
According to Mr Siegel’s former legal team, he has an outstanding case and that his wife, Lisa Sessler-Sessler, was entitled to the legal assistance she was entitled for, and that she was “entitled to take it”.