What happens at a pre-trial conference?
You or your attorney will be given an opportunity to meet with a Prosecutor to review the facts supporting the state's criminal charges against you.

At the pre-trial conference, you are entitled to review a copy of the complaint(s), any written police reports or any other evidence that the state intends to use at the trial. Witnesses do not attend the pre-trial disposition conference and no testimony is taken. However, victims do have the right to be present if they request to do so.

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1. What happens at a pre-trial conference?
2. What happens at a trial on criminal charges/complaints?
3. How do I file an appeal?
4. What costs are involved?
5. Can I have an attorney represent me for my appeal?
6. Will the Court appoint me an attorney?
7. What if I cannot afford the costs of an appeal?
8. What is a memorandum and when does it need to be filed?