What happens at arraignment?
You will be shown the charges levied upon you by the State, and we will enter a plea of not guilty. This will get your case set down on the next available trial calendar. You will receive notice of dates for calendar call, motions hearings, and jury selection.

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1. How do I find out if I qualify for a Public Defender to represent me?
2. What type of cases does the Public Defender provide representation for?
3. If I have a family member incarcerated do I need to apply for a Public Defender for them?
4. If I am incarcerated for failure to pay child support, or if I need an attorney for a civil case, divorce case or child custody case, can I get a Public Defender?
5. If I already am being represented by a Public Defender and get rearrested, do I automatically get a Public Defender assigned to represent me on my new charges.
6. When I bond out of jail will my lawyer contact me?
7. When will I be arraigned?
8. What happens at arraignment?
9. When will motions be filed in my case?
10. When will my attorney receive the evidence that the State has compiled in my case?