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What Happens at an Arraignment?

Your initial arraignment will be your first appearance in court whether or not you're in custody. At the arraignment, your attorney will receive the complaint stating the charges that have been filed against you and any police reports on your case. If you're in custody, your attorney will have the opportunity to argue bail or set a bond hearing.

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