Legal Advice for Criminal Trial — 73 results
Written by Avvo Staff, about 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
In order for a person to be convicted of a crime, the prosecuting attorney must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant is guilty.
At trial, a defendant, along with his or her... more
Written by attorney Gregory MacFarlane, over 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Arraignment This is the first Court date, held in room 404 of the Criminal Justice Center. It is a simple, but necessary procedure. Here, the court gives notice of the precise charges... more
Written by attorney John Aaron, about 2 months ago.
A guide to the felony criminal trial process in Alabama. The trial is divided into different parts. Unfortunately trials are not as exciting as they appear on television. This is a trial... more
Written by attorney Niels Eriksen, 11 months ago.
This guide serves as a general overview of the criminal trial process from arrest through appeal in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Each case, each Pennsylvania County, and each client... more
Written by attorney Patrick Donovan, almost 3 years ago.
There are two types of trials in Massachusetts. All defendants are entitled to a jury trial, however they can waive a jury and have a bench trial.
BENCH TRIAL IN MASSACHUSETTS
A bench trial... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Hackworth, about 2 years ago.
Everyone has seen what criminal trials look like on television and in movies, but as with so many other matters in the criminal justice system, fact is very different than fiction. Before... more
Written by attorney Rohn Barrow, over 4 years ago.
You show up first thing in the master calendar court.
You wait for an open trial courtroom.
Then you get sent out.
The attorneys have a conference with the trial judge. The discussion... more
Written by attorney Michael Fannon, about 2 months ago.
This legal guide outlines the general steps taken in a felony criminal trial under California law. It does not include the procedure taken prior to trial, which has been outlined in a... more
Written by attorney Franklyn Mickelsen, 4 months ago.
Texas is truly like a different country when it comes to trials in state and federal courts. Below are the top ten odd and unique things about criminal trials in the great state of Texas. #... more
Written by attorney Christopher Leroi, over 1 year ago.
This guide will attempt to address some common misconceptions about speedy trial - when it starts, how long it is, how it can be tolled, and how it can be waived CRS 18-1-405 Speedy Trial... more
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