Oct 30, 2014 ... Douglas S. Wong, Judge, New York City Criminal Court; Hon. ... City Bar Fund;
and John Macaulay, Esq., Managing Attorney, and Akira Arroyo, ... At the
arraignment, your lawyer and the prosecutor may discuss the possibility of .... and
the time for which you were responsible does not reduce the time below ...
The Criminal Division Administrative Judge is responsible for criminal division ...
Judicial Assistants do not prepare or control trial dockets. ... week at the Criminal
Justice Center or the court facility in the John E. Polk ... Attorney. The assistant
state attorney in charge of arraignments may be reached ..... his or her
www.kings.courts.ca.gov/Glossary/Glossary of Legal Terms.pdf
Jan 1, 2005 ... nonadmissibility of evidence, and the purpose(s) for which admitted ... purposes,
a person does not want to swear to the truth of something. ... the complaint,
informed of the charges filed, and advised of his or her constitutional ... Brie: A
written argument submitted to the court by counsel setting forth facts .....
www.ashlandmunicourt.com/Rules of Court-Final Copy Eff-7-1-15.pdf
JOHN L. GOOD ... Arraignments are regularly scheduled for Tuesday and Friday
mornings, beginning ... Defendant that it shall be his or her burden to contact the
Court to reschedule the ... Where the Plaintiff makes an affidavit of inability to pay
or secure costs as ... counsel or parties which does not designate the names and.
3.551 The Court will attempt to accommodate conflicting settings of counsel. .... If
defendant appears for arraignment without an attorney, Court .... DECORUM - All
attorneys shall be responsible for familiarizing their clients, ... 8.12 If the attorney
is not actually in trial as represented by the attorney or his or her .... Plaintiff...
ARRAIGNMENTS .... ALL PARTIES ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ADVISING THE
COURT, IN .... In any civil action the Court may, in its discretion, assign such
cause for pretrial conference. .... If the Plaintiff or his counsel fails to appear, the
case shall be dismissed. .... A. SCHEDULING: All arraignments will be held on
AFFIANT - A person who signs an affidavit; usually used to refer to the victim in a
... "a/k/a," an abbreviation for the phrase "also known as," i.e., John Jones, a/k/a
Joe Brown. ... Most arraignments in Tennessee are held in General Sessions
Court. ... by an attorney, which presents the law and facts supporting his...
Jun 13, 2012 ... John A. Blaufuss ... Felony arraignments and preliminary hearings will be heard
in ... The magistrate is responsible for all further matters in connection with ... (B)
This rule does not prohibit an individual from acting as his or her own counsel .....
and storage and may be recovered by the plaintiff as court costs.
Sep 18, 2006 ... Melinda S Setterman, Certified Reporter ... John T Bouley, Certified Reporter ...
Upon the initiative of counsel for the plaintiff, counsel who will try the ... deposition
or the party causing the deposition to be taken shall be responsible for the ..... the
clerk, pursuant to Rule 26.15, shall ﬁle a notice of appeal on...
As John Maquire puts in his article The Booming Domestic Violence Industry in ...
Does that now mean, or justify, a trip to jail and a criminal conviction with lifetime
..... mirrors the previous "crime de jour" of child sexual assault in the 1990' s. ...
Act (CAPTA) is responsible for the dramatic increase in child abuse ...