What is an Arraignment?

An arraignment in many courts is the first appearance and the opportunity for the Court to formally present the charges against the Defendant and allow the Defendant the opportunity to enter a plea of guilty or not guilty.  It is important to be represented by an attorney from the beginning of the case because certain time limits are involved (including, for example, requirements to file certain motions within a brief time after the arraignment).

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