arraignment

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The formal charging of a defendant with an offense
{n} the act of arraigning, a charge
The initial court appearance of the offender, held for the purpose of having him or her enter a plea to the charge
(noun) A proceeding in which an individual who is accused of committing a crime is brought into court, told of the charges, and asked to plead guilty or not guilty
In criminal cases, a court hearing where a defendant is advised of the charges and asked to plead guilty or not guilty
A hearing by the court at which the defendant is informed of the charges against him or her, is appointed counsel if necessary, and is permitted to plead to the charges   Pretrial motions may be made and bond is set
A court hearing in a criminal case where a defendant is advised of the charges and asked to plead guilty or not guilty Most arraignments in Tennessee are held in General Sessions Court
The process of taking a defendant before a magistrate where he is notified of the charges against him and advised of his constitutional rights Sometimes the bond amount is set at arraignment
Arraignment is when someone is brought before a court of law to answer a particular charge. They are scheduled for arraignment October 5th Crowds appeared at the arraignments, clashing with security forces
The hearing at which the accused is brought before the court to plead to the criminal charge in the indictment He may plead "guilty," "not guilty," or where permitted "nolo contendere " (See preliminary hearing )
The act of arraigning, or the state of being arraigned; the act of calling and setting a prisoner before a court to answer to an indictment or complaint
In a misdemeanor case, the initial appearance before a judge at which the criminal defendant enters a plea; in a felony case, the proceeding after the indictment or bindover at which the defendant comes before a judge in district court, is informed of the charges, enters a plea, and has a date set for trial or disposition
The initial hearing after an arrest which marks the beginning of the judicial process The accused is given a copy of the complaint, informed of the charges filed, and advised of constitutional rights Bail is set at this hearing The accused can, but does not have to, enter a plea at this time
The time in Justice Court when a criminal defendant is first advised of the charges against him and it is determined whether or not he is represented by an attorney, and, in certain situations, how he wishes to plead In District Court, it is the time when a defendant enters a plea, and if the plea is not guilty, a trial date is then set
{i} formal accusation of person in court (last step before trial); severe criticism, censure
Court proceeding at which a defendant pleads guilty or not guilty
In criminal practice, to bring a prisoner to the bar of the court to answer to a criminal charge
The initial court proceeding during a criminal prosecution The defendant is advised of the allegations and his or her rights A plea is then requested If, at the conclusion of a preliminary hearing, a defendant is ordered to trial, he/she will be arraigned again in superior court
The court proceeding during which a person is informed of the charges against him or her
In USA criminal law, the formal appearance of an accused person to hear, and to receive a copy of, the charge against him or her, in the presence of a judge, and to then enter a plea of guilty or not guilty The arraignment is the final preparatory step before the criminal trial
the first court appearance in Superior Court at which the defendant is brought before a Judge to be informed of the charges, enters a plea (guilty or not guilty) and further court dates are set
In criminal cases, the accused individuals are taken before a judge and informed about the charges against them At the proceeding, they get to enter a plea of guilty or not guilty Sometimes called an initial appearance or a preliminary hearing
offender brought to court soon after arrest to hear formal charges and enter initial plea
A proceeding in which an individual who is accused of committing a crime is brought into court, told of the charges, and asked to plead guilty or not guilty
When the defendant is brought before the court, informed of the charges, and called upon to enter a plea to the charges The defendant is given a copy of the indictment or information before being called upon to enter a plea
The first official court appearance made by a criminal defendant at which he or she is formally charged with an offense and called on to plead guilty or not guilty to the charges contained in the state's indictment or information
Criminal proceeding in which the defendant, in open court, must answer criminal charges by entering a plea of guilty or not guilty Defendant either must be represented by a lawyer or waive his/her right to legal counsel
A calling to an account to faults; accusation
a legal document calling someone to court to answer an indictment
The court appearance of a person accused of criminal behavior to hear the charges against him or her and to enter a plea of guilty or not guilty
Procedure whereby the accused is brought before the court to plead to the criminal charge against him in the indictment or information The charge is read to him and he is asked to plead "guilty" or "not guilty "
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plural of arraignment
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