what happed during or after an arraignment
2 Answers from Attorneys
An arraignment is where you plead Guilty or Not Guilty. Generally you plead Not Guilty and your case is ten set for a pretrial.
Between the Arraignment and Pretrial an attorney usually can usually work out the case and get it resolved for you.
Generally, the only decisiob being made by the judge at arraignments is whether the Defendant will be let out on bail, let out with no bail, or remanded (meaning he will not be let out). After this, the case is set for pre-trial and then actually begins is process towards trial.
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