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The judge will either grant or deny the motion. If it is granted, the case is over and the defendant wins. If the motion is denied, as it usually is, the defense is given the opportunity to present its evidence.
If you want to file a motion, the process is generally something like this: You write your motion. You file your motion with the court clerk. The court clerk inserts the date and time your motion will be heard by the judge. You serve (mail) your motion to the other side.
If you want to file a motion, the process is generally something like this: You write your motion. You file your motion with the court clerk. The court clerk inserts the date and time your motion will be heard by the judge. You serve (mail) your motion to the other side.
Filing the Documents Take the original and two (2) copies of the Motion to the Civil Division of the Clerk of Superior Courts office in the county where your case is filed. The Clerk will stamp each Motion filed, place the original in the Court file and return two (2) copies of the filed document to you.
How to Write a Kick-Ass Motion Make an Outline. Keep Your Motion Simple. Maintain Credibility. Mind Your Citations. Focus on Facts. Keep Your Intro Short. Respect the Opposition. Write in English, Not Legalese.
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A motion hearing is a hearing that is held in front of the judge after one of the lawyers in the case has filed a written request for the judge to do something. At the hearing, the lawyers will orally argue for or against the request, and in some cases, testimony will be taken regarding the issue.
A motion is an application to the court made by the prosecutor or defense attorney, requesting that the court make a decision on a certain issue before the trial begins. The motion can affect the trial, courtroom, defendants, evidence, or testimony. Only judges decide the outcome of motions.
A prosecutor may drop a criminal charge if it is determined that the evidence against the accused isnt strong enough. Or, perhaps new evidence is found which undercuts the prosecutions case against the defendant.
Common pretrial motions include: Motion to suppress. Discovery Motion. Motion to change venue. Motion to dismiss. Motion to disclose identity of informant. Motion to modify bail.
Request to a court for a desired ruling or order. A motion can be written or spoken, as the relevant rules require. Various motions can be made throughout a case, but only after the initial complaint has been filed.

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