Legal Advice for Arraignment — 40 results
Written by attorney Ronald Frey, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
THE ARRAIGNMENT ROOM In general, felony arraignments for Cuyahoga County are held at the Justice Center in Cleveland, Ohio. The arraignment room is located on floor twelve (12). It is a... more
Written by attorney Errol Cook, over 4 years ago.
Mostindividuals accused of domestic violence make the tragic mistake of representing themselves at arraignment. They take time off of work (losing money) and generally... more
Written by attorney Robert Harris, over 1 year ago.
This helps the client understand the procedural process of arraignments in criminal matters.
Written by attorney Shari Goldsberry, almost 4 years ago.
Though a defendant has the right to represent himself, when
it comes to criminal prosecutions, police investigations, and negotiating with
a district attorney, what you dont know can... more
Written by attorney Paul J Adras, about 4 years ago.
Many people accused of committing a crime believe they can show up at the initial court hearing and plead their case to a judge. This is a common misconception. The court is not... more
Written by attorney Cy M. Abdo, almost 5 years ago.
The Sixth Amendment to U.S. Constitution guarantees that defendants shall "be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation against them."
Arraignment is the first stage of a... more
Written by attorney Bruce Connolly, about 2 months ago.
Arraignment is a "critical stage" in a criminal case triggering an accused’s right to counsel (Hamilton v Alabama, 368 US 52). This guide explains the important rights at stake at... more
Written by attorney Scott Lawrence, 9 months ago.
You've received a summons for arraignment. Now what? What is an Arraignment? Arraignment is usually the first hearing in the criminal process (if the person charged was booked into jail he... more
Written by attorney William C. Head, almost 2 years ago.
This legal guide introduces the concept of arraignment within the criminal justice system.
Written by attorney Jonathan Hackworth, almost 2 years ago.
Arraignment is essentially the first step of the criminal process. It is an important step in the criminal process because it is your first opportunity to enter a formal plea. Generally, we... more
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