www.lawfirms.com/resources/criminal-defense/criminal-defense-case/arraignment-process.htm

Criminal arraignments are a short hearing before a judge shortly following arrest. ... Depending on your case, some attorneys will delay arraignments for longer as ... As the defendant, you are responsible to make sure you understand all legal ...

caselaw.findlaw.com/nj-superior-court-appellate-division/1863009.html

Jun 2, 2017 ... STATE OF NEW JERSEY, Plaintiff-Respondent, v. ... Defendant did not reveal the source of his alleged $1200 monthly income, did not ... On February 19, 2013, defendant appeared before the trial court for arraignment. .... public defender, [ which is] why I will not assign a public defender as standby counsel.

www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2017/09/when-does-the-right-to-an-attorney-kick-in/539898

Sep 15, 2017 ... Boyd still remembers one arraignment hearing early on in his career when a young ... some “pretrial procedures” require counsel, but arraignments weren't specified. ... where each jurisdiction decides when lawyers are assigned. ... which is supported by a grant from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur ...

www.mass.gov/info-details/your-arraignment-or-first-appearance-in-court

Generally, a court officer will direct you to a microphone or ... Walk to that spot and remain standing when your case is called. ... can't afford a lawyer, the judge will appoint a lawyer.

www.justice.gov/usao-ndil/programs/vwa-felony

Jul 24, 2015 ... This part of the handbook is intended to explain the way a felony case moves through the court system. ... report the statements of the victim or witness to the Assistant United States Attorney assigned to the case. ... This will help you get ready for your grand jury appearance. ... Arraignment on the indictment.

www.sjcindiana.com/701/How-a-Criminal-Case-Proceeds-in-Court

The report is presented to the Prosecuting Attorney, who will review the case and ... that there is enough evidence to file criminal charges, his office will prepare ... At the arraignment, the judge will automatically enter a plea of not guilty and ... You should talk to the prosecutor or victim advocate who is involved with the trial to ...

www.americanbar.org/content/dam/aba/migrated/publiced/practical/books/family/chapter_14.authcheckdam.pdf

It is important to be informed about the criminal law in your state. .... A lawyer, or possibly a public defender, will be permitted to accompany you to the ... If the crime is complex or serious, the police then assign an investigating officer .... Similarly, the police are not permitted to suggest to the victim that a certain person in the.

www.dcda.us/c5/victimsassistance/criminal-justice-system

When a crime is reported, the police will usually interview the victim, suspect, possible ... his/her release with a warning NOT to re-contact the victim and sometimes, ... When a case is opened by the District Attorney's Office, the case is assigned to a ... At arraignment, the Judge will inform the defendant of the charge (s).

www.manitobacourts.mb.ca/general-information/definitions-understanding-legal-words

Jan 21, 2014 ... The amicus is responsible to the court in providing whatever input the court ... Arraignment: a proceeding in a criminal case where the accused is ... does not take any steps to oppose the claim of the plaintiff/applicant; ... Counsel: to advise or persuade a person; another term for lawyer as in “legal counsel”;.