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  • Arraignment - Arraignment Law Resources - LawInfo
    him or her This initial proceeding is usually scheduled soon after the defendant s arrest to ensure that the defendant s right to speedy trial is not violated During the arraignment the charges against the defendant are reviewed Thereafter the court determines whether or not to hold him or her over for trial The defendant may also use the arraignment hearing to ask the court about bail issues and requests for an attorney to be appointed The arraignment is basically the catalyst that moves the whole criminal process forward Share this information Search LawInfo s Arraignment Resources Still have questions Contact experienced Arraignment Attorneys on LawInfo com or learn more about Criminal Procedure Find an Attorney in Your Area Legal Issue e g Personal Injury Location Area Code OR City State Advanced Search Options Popular Searches Identity Theft Larceny Grand Theft Arraignment Videos Violent Felony Advertisements Find An Attorney By Practice Area By Location By Name Resources Hot Legal Issues Legal Forms Legal Library Law Videos Consumer Blog Forums For Attorneys Legal Marketing LawInfo About Us Jobs Partners Contact Us Authors Español Legal Copyright Notice Privacy Policy Terms Conditions Disclaimer Connect with us Google Facebook Twitter YouTube LinkedIn 5901 Priestly

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  • Bail Hearings - Bail Hearings Law Resources - LawInfo
    from arrest to arraignment to trial These proceedings are a part of the process that occur after arraignment and before trial The purpose is to determine whether the court will force the defendant to deposit cash or other assets It is set when there is likelihood that the defendant may try to leave town and in cases where the defendant is considered a danger to others it may be denied entirely Bail hearings criminal trials are governed by the rules of court but also involve rights protected by the Constitution Share this information Search LawInfo s Bail Hearings Resources Still have questions Contact experienced Bail Hearings Attorneys on LawInfo com or learn more about Criminal Procedure Find an Attorney in Your Area Legal Issue e g Personal Injury Location Area Code OR City State Advanced Search Options Popular Searches Identity Theft Larceny Grand Theft Bail Hearings Videos Can An Attorney Help With Bail Can An Attorney Help With Bail Violent Felony Advertisements Find An Attorney By Practice Area By Location By Name Resources Hot Legal Issues Legal Forms Legal Library Law Videos Consumer Blog Forums For Attorneys Legal Marketing LawInfo About Us Jobs Partners Contact Us Authors Español Legal Copyright

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  • Criminal Charge - Criminal Charge Law Resources - LawInfo
    government and comes in several forms including a complaint or an indictment By filing this document the government alleges that defendant committed specific statutory violations The criminal charge filing generally initiates the criminal case A criminal charge is a serious matter and the state in which the defendant allegedly committed the crime is most often the state in which the defendant is prosecuted Most states will provide a court appointed attorney for those individuals who cannot otherwise afford a lawyer Share this information Search LawInfo s Criminal Charge Resources Additional Criminal Charge Articles What Comes Next After the Arrest Still have questions Contact experienced Criminal Charge Attorneys on LawInfo com or learn more about Criminal Procedure Find an Attorney in Your Area Legal Issue e g Personal Injury Location Area Code OR City State Advanced Search Options Popular Searches Identity Theft Larceny Grand Theft Criminal Charge Videos Violent Felony Violent Felony The Diminished Capacity Defense To A Crime Advertisements Find An Attorney By Practice Area By Location By Name Resources Hot Legal Issues Legal Forms Legal Library Law Videos Consumer Blog Forums For Attorneys Legal Marketing LawInfo About Us Jobs Partners Contact Us Authors Español Legal Copyright Notice Privacy Policy

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  • Plea Bargaining and Deals - Plea Bargaining and Deals Law Resources - LawInfo
    about Criminal Procedure Find an Attorney in Your Area Legal Issue e g Personal Injury Location Area Code OR City State Advanced Search Options Popular Searches Identity Theft Larceny Grand Theft Plea Bargaining and Deals Videos Violent Felony Violent Felony Plea Bargains Advertisements Find An Attorney By Practice Area By Location By Name Resources Hot Legal Issues Legal Forms Legal Library Law Videos Consumer Blog Forums For Attorneys Legal Marketing

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  • Sentencing and Sanctions - Sentencing and Sanctions Law Resources - LawInfo
    prison time and other requirements to be imposed A penalty can sometimes apply to the conduct of the attorneys in the case Such penalties are not common but when conduct by an attorney interferes with the justice system or grossly violates the procedures a court can impose them Sentencing and sanctions usually occur some days after the conviction and both sides have the opportunity to presents facts and data to influence the court s decision Share this information Search LawInfo s Sentencing and Sanctions Resources Additional Sentencing and Sanctions Articles How a Criminal is Sentenced for a Crime Still have questions Contact experienced Sentencing and Sanctions Attorneys on LawInfo com or learn more about Criminal Procedure Find an Attorney in Your Area Legal Issue e g Personal Injury Location Area Code OR City State Advanced Search Options Popular Searches Identity Theft Larceny Grand Theft Sentencing and Sanctions Videos Violent Felony Advertisements Find An Attorney By Practice Area By Location By Name Resources Hot Legal Issues Legal Forms Legal Library Law Videos Consumer Blog Forums For Attorneys Legal Marketing LawInfo About Us Jobs Partners Contact Us Authors Español Legal Copyright Notice Privacy Policy Terms Conditions Disclaimer Connect with us Google Facebook

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  • Civil Litigation - Civil Litigation Law Resources - LawInfo
    mediation or arbitration may be entered in which case a trial would not be necessary If a settlement is not reached then a trial may occur At trial the parties present evidence to support their case At this point witnesses may be called to testify Once all parties have called their witnesses and all witnesses and evidence have been presented the parties give their closing argument and the jury deliberates for a decision Parties in Litigation In a litigation lawsuit the parties encompass the plaintiff defendant applicants petitioners and or respondents and are all considered litigants during an ongoing trial The Plaintiff is the party that starts the lawsuit The defendant is the party that is being sued Litigation requires a judge or a jury to make a legal decision when disputes arise whereas arbitration or mediation is an alternative to trial and resolves the issue without court intervention Alternatives to Trial The parties may agree to settle the case out of court and resort to an alternative avenue Alternatives to litigation include settlement mediation arbitration all which saves time and money Most cases are settled before the case reaches trial The parties may require the help of a third party such as a mediator to assist in the settlement process Arbitration is also another avenue where the parties select a neutral third party an arbitrator to resolve their dispute The arbitrator listens to the evidence and decides which party wins If the parties decide to a binding arbitration there is no appeal to the ruling The information on this page is meant to provide a general overview of the law The laws in your state and or city may deviate significantly from those described here If you have specific questions related to your situation you should speak with a local attorney or find qualified local Civil Litigation Lawyers on LawInfo Or click to find Civil Litigation Lawyers in a specific location Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Share this information Search LawInfo s Civil Litigation Resources Additional Civil Litigation Articles Under What Circumstances Should I Hire A Lawyer What Is A Retainer Agreement How To Respond To A Lawsuit Can My Attorney Quit The Benefits of Litigation Funding Companies All About Affidavits What Does A Flat Fee Agreement With An Attorney Cover Hiring an Out of State Attorney How to Choose a Litigation Funding Company Can I file a lawsuit without a lawyer More Civil Litigation Resources Top Related Civil Litigation Topics Alternative Dispute Resolution Business Torts Civil Procedure Civil Remedies Contracts The Courts Recommended Websites The United States Department of Justice Civil Division Home The Civil Division is a component of

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  • Health Care Fraud - Health Care Fraud Law Resources - LawInfo
    of care in filling out forms properly In other cases however the health care company is intentionally deceived Another form of health care fraud can occur when a person misstates facts about an injury so that it will be covered by a health care provider In all cases of health care fraud the key element is whether there was an intent to deceive the health care company The information on this page is meant to provide a general overview of the law The laws in your state and or city may deviate significantly from those described here If you have specific questions related to your situation you should speak with a local attorney or find qualified local Health Care Fraud Attorneys on LawInfo Or click to find Health Care Fraud Attorneys in a specific location Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Share this information Search LawInfo s Health Care Fraud Resources Additional Health Care Fraud Articles What Is Health Care Fraud Still have questions Contact experienced Health Care Fraud Attorneys on LawInfo com or learn more about Criminal Law Federal Find an Attorney in Your Area Legal Issue e g Personal Injury Location Area Code OR City State Advanced Search Options Popular Searches Antitrust Medicare Fraud Obstruction of Justice Health Care Fraud Videos What Is Health Care Fraud What Is Health Care Fraud Violent Felony Advertisements Find An Attorney By Practice Area By Location By Name Resources Hot Legal Issues Legal Forms Legal

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  • RICO - RICO Law Resources - LawInfo
    two of several crimes detailed in RICO Offences Considered Racketeering Violation of state laws prohibiting gambling murder kidnapping extortion arson robbery bribery dealing in pornography or a controlled substance Bribery counterfeiting theft embezzlement fraud pornography slavery gambling money laundering murder for hire obstruction of justice Embezzling union funds Bankruptcy fraud or securities fraud Criminal copyright infringement Money laundering Helping aliens enter the country illegally Terrorism RICO also enables individuals to file a civil suit if they can demonstrate they were damaged by the unlawful enterprise Treble damages and attorney fees can be recovered if such suits are successful The information on this page is meant to provide a general overview of the law The laws in your state and or city may deviate significantly from those described here If you have specific questions related to your situation you should speak with a local attorney or find qualified local RICO Attorneys on LawInfo Or click to find RICO Attorneys in a specific location Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Share this information Search LawInfo s RICO Resources Still have questions Contact experienced RICO Attorneys on LawInfo com or learn more about Criminal Law Federal Find an Attorney in Your Area Legal Issue e g Personal Injury Location Area Code OR City State Advanced Search Options Popular Searches Antitrust Medicare Fraud Obstruction of Justice RICO Videos RICO RICO Violent Felony Advertisements Find An Attorney By Practice Area By Location By Name Resources Hot Legal Issues

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