Daily Archives February 27, 2017

Misdemeanor Arriagnment

When you are charged with a misdemeanor crime you generally will receive a citation or a notice to appear in court with a set date. That date will be your first appearance before the court unless you receive a notice of correction with a changed date. The arraignment proceeding is completely procedural, which means you will not be able to argue your case before the court. The court will call your case, the court will inform you of your charges and your constitutional rights including your right to counsel. If you are in custody at the time of your arraignment
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