Category: Courthouse

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What Is The Statute of Limitations?

Can you be indicted without evidence?
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Can You Be Indicted Without Evidence?

No, you cannot be indicted without evidence. A prosecutor must bring charges before a grand jury during an indictment and present a reasonable degree of evidence. If the grand jury decides to pursue the charges, this does not mean the…
What comes after an indictment?
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What Comes After An Indictment?

After an indictment, the accused is arrested if they aren’t already in custody. The Sixth Amendment guarantees defendants the right to a speedy trial, meaning you can expect an arraignment 2-3 days after your arrest. During an arraignment, you will…
What does 825 mean in court?
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What Does 825 Mean In Court?

The number 825 refers to the 8th floor and the 25th division of a courthouse. Before your court appearance, know where to appear and what you will need to prepare. It may be a good idea to bring a pen…