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www.pacode.com/secure/data/234/chapter5/s542.html

Rule 542. Preliminary Hearing; Continuances. (A) The attorney for the Commonwealth may appear at a preliminary hearing and: (1) assume charge of the ...

www.pacode.com/secure/data/234/chapter5/s543.html

(1) if the issuing authority finds that the defendant did not receive notice of the preliminary hearing by a summons served pursuant to Rule 511, a warrant of ...

lawblog.attorneypotter.com/2015/07/22/the-pennsylvania-preliminary-hearing-witnesses-optional-well-almost

Jul 22, 2015 ... The Pennsylvania Preliminary Hearing: Witnesses Optional (well almost). ... Recent changes in the Pennsylvania Rules of Criminal Procedure ...

www.cmlaw1.com/preliminary-hearing-pennsylvania-mean

What is a preliminary hearing, how does it affect a criminal case, and what can a lawyer do to help. Learn what can happen during a preliminary hearing.

www.gambonelaw.com/library/evidence-and-preliminary-hearings-in-pennsylvania.cfm

Pennsylvania Preliminary Hearings: The Purpose and The Evidentiary Standard ... While there are exceptions to the hearsay rule those exceptions are beyond ...

www.arjalaw.com/blog/what-exactly-is-a-preliminary-hearing

Apr 22, 2015 ... The trial court of general jurisdiction in any county in Pennsylvania is ... are very relaxed evidentiary rules at a preliminary hearing: “Hearsay” is ...

jarmonlegal.com/criminal-process

After you have been arrested in Pennsylvania for a crime, whether the arrest ... At the preliminary hearing, the Commonwealth (Police/District Attorney) must ...

www.theharrisburglawyers.com/2011/12/purpose-of-a-preliminary-hearing-in-pennsylvania

A Preliminary Hearing in Pennsylvania is an incredible tool to aid a person charged ... Rule 543 of the Pennsylvania Rules of Criminal Procedure indicates that, ...

research.lawyers.com/pennsylvania/criminal-process-in-pennsylvania.html

Like all other states, Pennsylvania has “rules of criminal procedure” that govern .... a judge on a misdemeanor or felony, the court hearing is called a “preliminary  ...