Criminal Case Information
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Your first appearance on a criminal matter is called an arraignment. At that time, you will be advised of your rights and will be asked to enter a plea. If you enter a plea of not guilty, the matter will be set for trial. If you enter a plea of guilty, you may be sentenced at that time or the judge may elect to continue the sentencing to a later date.
Public Defender, Court Appointed Attorney
If you feel you need a court appointed attorney, please request one of the court at the time of your first appearance or visit the division of the court in which your case is filed. Please be advised that court staff are prohibited from providing legal advice (PDF).
If you have questions regarding criminal motions, please contact your attorney or visit the division of the court in which your case is filed.
To receive information regarding the continuance of your case, please contact your attorney. If you are not represented by an attorney, please visit the division of the court in which your case is filed.
Failure to Appear
If you have failed to appear for a hearing on a criminal case, a bench warrant may have been issued for your arrest. Please contact your attorney or visit the division of the court in which your case is filed.