Legal Advice for Preliminary Hearing — 34 results
Written by attorney John E. Melton, about 1 year ago.
Understand Bail and Bail Options. What to Expect.
Written by attorney Guy Haskell, over 1 year ago.
An Initial Hearing is known as an Arraignment in some jurisdictions. This Guide will explain what it is and what you need to know about it.
Written by Avvo Staff, 2 months ago.
Not all DUIs have preliminary hearings - but if one is held, this is where the judge will decide if your case should go to trial.
Written by attorney Joseph Jerrytone, 7 months ago.
A guide to help you be better informed when discussing the potential waiver of your preliminary hearing with your attorney. To Waive or Not to Waive? If you are asking yourself this... more
Written by attorney Robert Harris, 10 months ago.
The accused has been Arrested, and Arraigned; the Preliminary Examination is the next step in criminal proceedings. This is a basic explanation of Preliminary Hearings, what they are, and... more
Written by attorney Forest Morgan, over 1 year ago.
What Happens at the Preliminary Hearing:
The purpose of a preliminary hearing is to allow a magisterial district judge to determine whether the government can demonstrate a prima facie... more
Written by attorney Martin Lascola, 8 months ago.
Preliminary Hearings are abbreviated hearings exclusive to felony allegations. Preliminary Hearings, generally involve felony offenses that lack complexity and are fairly straight-forward... more
Written by attorney Paul J Adras, over 3 years ago.
In Nevada, if a defendant is charged with either a gross misdemeanor or a felony, the court will schedule the matter for a preliminary hearing in the county's justice court facility.... more
Written by attorney Debra Rainey, almost 2 years ago.
Top Ten tips to prepare for a Preliminary Hearing in Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.
Written by attorney Marc Snyder, about 3 years ago.
The Right to a Preliminary HearingThe right to a preliminary hearing is one of several important rights a Defendant has prior to trial. If the charge is considered a felony, and therefore... more
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