The Court expects that counsel shall call this rule to the attention of clients and
witnesses. ... for an arraignment where the court may permit a “not guilty” plea in
writing. .... The person filing the document shall maintain in his or her records and
have ... The judge assigned to a case shall be responsible for the determination
The Office is charged with the responsibility to prosecute certain organized
criminal ... authority and decide who, if anyone, should be charged with what
crime(s). ... advises the defendant of his/her right to counsel, and explains the
amount of bond. ... Should the case proceed to trial, you can expect to receive a
What happens if I did not appear for my arraignment? ... They will ask you if you
would like to apply for a court appointed attorney, or if you ... you a copy of your
charging instrument (a document which lists the offense(s) you are being
charged with). ... Washington County has a Protem Judge assigned to FED Court
appropriate filing fee(s) shall be submitted to the Court within five (5) business
days of ... scheduled to appear in another case assigned for trial or hearing on
the same date in ... Funds will be established by journal entry to aid in the
efficiency of the court as ... defendant upon failure of plaintiff and/or his counsel to
The arraignment clerk may ask the duty judge for more notices if needed. ... (
Patient's Rights), will be assigned to a probate court commissioner (rather than ....
by an attorney shall include on the pleading, motion or other paper his or her
name, ..... Dane County, the plaintiff must serve the defendant(s) by personal
John.Maddux@tncourts.gov. Amy V. Hollars. Circuit Judge Part I. 1010 East Main
... Because the order does not comply with the Tennessee Rules of Civil
Procedure Rule. 58. ..... Additionally, counsel, at his/her expense, shall be
allowed ... At arraignment, the court will assign a court date for settlement of the
case which will.
tmc.toledomunicipalcourt.org/rules/Court RulesApril 15, 2015.pdf
Apr 15, 2015 ... John A. Blaufuss ... felony arraignments; and 2 weeks in criminal and civil trials. ...
(B) Except for matters assigned to the housing court judge, in the ... The
magistrate is responsible for all further matters in connection ... (B) This rule does
not prohibit an individual from acting as his or her own counsel in any...
Regular sessions of Court will open at 9:00 A.M. or at such other time as the court
... of the opening days of court or arraignment days, opening day of each court
term ... by the State's attorney, the plaintiff's attorney, and the defendant's attorney
as .... the motion so that the court may review same if his or her schedu...
their disagreements: Did Bill Jones run a red light before his car ran into John
Smith's, or was the light green, as he says it was? Did Frank. Williams rob the .....
arraignment, where the defendant is brought before a judge and asked to plead
.... In civil cases, in order to decide for the plaintiff, the jury must deter- mine by a...
Why you want litigation counsel: What is “legal malpractice?” .................... 8.
Responsibility and Fee-sharing Arraignments . ... Joint Responsibility for the
Representation . ..... suffered a stroke; his doctor said John needed nursing home
care. .... whether the jury will like your Plaintiff before you commit taking the case.