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Rhode Island Criminal Defense: The Arraignment Process

Rhode Island Criminal Defense:  The Arraignment Process

  • The arraignment process happens in district court and superior court
  • Both felony and misdemeanor offenses require an arraignment after being arrested
  • Most of our clients plead not guilty at the time of arraignment

This video was provided by William J. Murphy, one of our experienced Criminal Defense Attorneys.

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