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Criminal Law

Steps in a Criminal Case

Arrest

Arrest

A person is arrested by a law enforcement officer who either observes a crime or has a warrant for arrest when probable cause exists that a person committed a crime. When a person is arrested, that person must be brought before a judge for an initial appearance within 24 hours of being arrested or must be released.

Warrant Information

Set Aside Forms

Restoration of Civil Rights

Designate a Class 6 Undesignated Felony a Misdemeanor

FAQ - Criminal Law

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