Understanding the Criminal Law Process Part 7 of 17 | Criminal Law Attorney Fort Myers/Naples


The Arraignment hearing is where a plea is given: not-guilty, guilty, or no contest. More often than not your attorney submits your not-guilty plea in writing. Even if you do not plan to fight the charge, a not-guilty plea gives your attorney more time to work on your case. You may not have to attend the arraignment hearing but make sure to check with your attorney. When in doubt – show up at the hearing.

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