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Blog Posts in November, 2013

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  • The Process of a Criminal Case: The Appeal Process
    The Process of a Criminal Case: The Appeal Process

    A lot of effort is put into the trial and when a guilty verdict is given, the defendant may feel as though they have run out of options. A guilty verdict does not have to be the end of the road and ...

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  • The Process of a Criminal Case: The Verdict
    The Process of a Criminal Case: The Verdict

    Trial can be a long process as the defense and the prosecution attempt to persuade the jury of their side of the case. Following the lawyers' arguments and the presentation of the evidence at trial, ...

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  • The Process of a Criminal Case: The Trial
    The Process of a Criminal Case: The Trial

    After an arraignment will be the trial. In a criminal case, defendants have a right for their case to be tried by a jury of their peers. Prior to the trial, the defendant will need to choose if they ...

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  • The Process of a Criminal Case: The Arraignment
    The Process of a Criminal Case: The Arraignment

    After an arrest will be the arraignment. It is here that the judge will state the charges against the defendant, ask how they plead, present what their rights are and ask if they need a lawyer to be ...

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  • The Process of a Criminal Case: The Arrest
    The Process of a Criminal Case: The Arrest

    The first thing that will take place in a case is the arrest. In order to make an arrest the officer will need to have probably cause. This can be through a warrant that has been issued by a judge or ...

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  • Plea Bargains in California
    Plea Bargains in California

    For those who are charged for a crime, weighing your options is important. You want to consider if your case is worth taking all the way to court, or if you want to seek a reduced sentence through ...

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