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Why You Should Plead “Not Guilty” at Arraignment
Why You Should Plead “Not Guilty” at Arraignment

After an arrest, an arraignment--the first court hearing--will be scheduled within 30 days or so. Once you are read the charges filed against you and the potential penalties you face, the judge will ask you to enter a plea of guilty, not guilty, or no contest. Although you ...

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Blog posts in May, 2019

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