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Common pre-trial motions include: Motion to Dismiss an attempt to get the judge to dismiss a charge or the case. Motion to Suppress an attempt to keep certain statements or evidence from being introduced as evidence. Motion for Change of Venue may be made for various reasons including pre-trial publicity.
For most crimes, the state loses the power to charge you with a crime 5 years after the crime is committed. Like most other facets of the law there are exceptions, here are a few. If the crime committed was rape there is no statute of limitations.
As with all other states, a judge normally does not dismiss or drop criminal charges during a California arraignment hearing. If the judge does not dismiss the charges, then a defendant can enter any of the following pleas to the allegations: guilty, not guilty, or.
A similar rule applies to serious felonies and DNA evidence. If prosecutors uncover such evidence, even decades after a crime was committed, they may file charges. Typically, Georgias felony statute of limitations is four years.
Perhaps the most common reason for a continuance is when one side did not have enough time to investigate the case and analyze the evidence. Many defense attorneys, especially public defenders, can move only so quickly because they are representing many clients.
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At an arraignment, a judge will formally state the charges against the defendant. If bail has not yet been set in the case, it will be addressed at arraignment. Then, the defendant will be apprised of their rights and asked to enter a plea to the charges.
A criminal trial typically consists of six following phases: Choosing a Jury. Opening Statements. Witness Testimony and Cross-Examination. Closing Arguments. Jury Instruction. Jury Deliberation and Announcement of Verdict.
Statute of Limitations: Felonies and Misdemeanors seven years for felonies against victims younger than 18. seven years for felonies punishable by death or life imprisonment. four years for other felonies, and. two years for misdemeanors.
Pre Trial Motions (Motion in Limine). Jury selection. Opening statements. Prosecutions case.
Continuances allow extra time to prepare for a hearing or trial, find a witness, or hire an attorney. Learn what a defendant must show to get a court date pushed back.

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