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Arraignment. A criminal defendant's first appearance on the formal charges before a judge. The defendant is formally charged and enters a plea of guilty, not guilty, or no contest. This occurs at the initial appearance in misdemeanor cases and at some point following bind over at preliminary hearings in felony cases.
The initial court appearance is usually pretty brief (1-10 minutes). The main actions that occur at the initial appearance are: The judge will provide the defendant with a copy of the criminal complaint. The complaint will list the charge or charges and the maximum possible penalty upon conviction.
The initial court appearance is usually pretty brief (1-10 minutes). The main actions that occur at the initial appearance are: The judge will provide the defendant with a copy of the criminal complaint. The complaint will list the charge or charges and the maximum possible penalty upon conviction.
Purpose of Initial Appearance The first is to prevent the police from holding arrestees too long before informing them of the prosecutor's charges and their constitutional rights.
Your appearance in court does matter. If you've had a chance to visit the courthouse before your court date you'll have seen how people dress. Dress as if you were going to a job interview. Wear clothes that fit well so that you won't be uncomfortable and fidget in court.
The Omnibus Hearing or OMNI hearing is the second hearing after your initial appearance. At the hearing the Prosecution will tell the court whether they have provided all the evidence to the defense. The Defense will tell the judge if any pretrial motions will be file and if so, briefing schedules are set.
Initial Appearance At the initial appearance, the judge determines the defendant's name and address, informs the defendant of the charges and of the right to remain silent and to have an attorney. The judge appoints an attorney if the defendant cannot afford one and sets the conditions for release from jail.
Initial appearance refers to the defendant's appearance before a judge within few hours of his/her arrest. Such an appearance is made to determine whether or not there is a probable cause for his/her arrest. The preliminary examination date is usually decided at the initial appearance.
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