Is that they weapon they believed you had? Thanks for filling us in. Read the police report then tell us why they believed you had a gun.
I did read your post. You wrote,
I got arrested for refusing to give me my name, I wasn't pulled over or stopped, I was at someone's house when the police were called because the lady next store to my buddy's house said they vandalized her sidewalk all they did was right on it with chalk, like the games nothing bad, the kids were like 5-8 years old, so anyways I said something to the lady when she was on the porch, I told her to go inside and to stop harassing us, well she called the police over and said I was harassing her, so I ended up walking on the porch because I knew they couldn't touch me, there was over 13 police offers and 7 police cars there, I ended up coming off the porch they ended up rushing towards me saying what's my name, I said for what they said a investigation, and I said what investigation, they wouldn't say anything else and they grabbed my arms each one of them, and said your going to jail, and they threw me in the back of the police car, didn't even cuff me yet, so 20 minutes later they came back to the police car asked me my name again, I said I did nothing, nor am I a criminal I don't have any reason to give you it, I didn't have warrants or anything alike so I felt like I was being bulled, they ended up grabbing me out of the car about breaking my arms, threw me on the back of the cop car, and said now your going to jail, I said for what they said "We will figure something to charge you with"...
as one, single thought. If I were a psychic I might have figured out that you meant something other than what you wrote, but as it stands I had to do with what you wrote. You meant something else? Then, rather than being obnoxious toward those who are trying to parse your narrative and respond to the facts exactly as you originally described them, it would behoove you to learn how to communicate effectively.
Okay, so the charge identified on the charging documents is what?
If you're charged with an ordinance violation, or the prosecutor has agreed to a "no jail time" resolution, it's more understandable why you didn't qualify for a court-appointed lawyer. I would expect a typical ordinance-level misdemeanor to be a 90-day misdemeanor, so I suspect you still have your facts wrong.
If you behave in court as you behaved toward the police, or as you have behaved in this forum, I would not expect the judge to find much humor in your antics.