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Understanding the Criminal Law Process Part 8 of 17 | Criminal Law Attorney Fort Myers/Naples

Formal Charges 

If the prosecutor feels there is sufficient evidence to win, they will file formal charges, also called an “Information.” The Information will list the exact charge they will be prosecuting. The charges that are listed may be more or less serious than what is shown on the original arrest report. On occasion, the charges could take months to appear. If the prosecutor declines to file formal charges, a Notice of No Information will be filed and the case is considered abandoned.

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