Arizona Defense Attorney for Pre-Trial Motions & Hearings
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Initial appearance (arraignment) – Generally, within 24 hours of your arrest, you will appear before a judge to hear the formal charges and enter a (not guilty) plea.
Bond hearings – If bail is set unreasonably high our attorneys can argue for a reduced bond amount or release on your own recognizance (R.O.R.)
Preliminary hearings – This is also called your Probable Cause hearing. The prosecutor puts forth evidence that a crime was committed and that you committed it.
We have experienced attorneys who can defend your case with:
- Motions to dismiss charges.
- Motions to suppress evidence, statements, confessions or witness / victim identification based on 4th, 5th, and 6th Amendment violations.
- Motion in limine to preemptively exclude evidence that would be prejudicial.
- Motions to set aside previous convictions that would influence a jury or that would trigger steeper penalties.