In United States law, a motion is a procedural device for decision. It is a request
to the judge (or judges) to make a decision about the case. Motions may be made
at any point in administrative, cr...
After the preliminary hearing and before a criminal case goes to trial, the
prosecutor and the defense team usually appear before a criminal court judge
Hearing on a motion is Motion Hearing. A Motion is a request asking a judge to
issue a ruling or order on a legal matter. Usually, one side files a motion, along ...
(Note: For a checklist of common motions in criminal cases in Montana, see
below) ... aware of other motion hearings or, more importantly, the trial and get
The pleadings in a criminal proceeding are the indictment, the information, and
the ... All proceedings at a motion hearing, including any findings of fact and ...
Finally, no honest discussion of criminal motion practice would be complete
without ... assistance of counsel hearing about why you did not file a certain
Motion hearings can be helpful in both criminal cases and civil lawsuits. They are
often used to resolve preliminary issues before a trial begins, such as the ...
A motion to suppress hearing is a court appearance where both sides can argue
about whether evidence against a defendant should be thrown out because the ...
Steps in a criminal case from the District Attorney's Office of Dane County,
Wisconsin. ... Post-Conviction Motion Hearing. A defendant may be revoked for
In every criminal case in which the defendant pleads not guilty, the clerk shall set
a ... Motions on legal issues arising subsequent to the pretrial hearing or on.