Manhattan Arraignment Lawyer
Representation at an Arraignment
Has a loved one been arrested for a crime? The first step in the legal process after a person has been arrested for a crime is an arraignment. Arraignments are held within 24 hours after a person has been arrested. At the hearing, the charges against the defendant will be read. A judge will also decide if the person should be released or kept in jail. There are two ways a person arrested for a crime can be released, either on their own recognizance or by paying a bail amount set by the court. If the court chooses to set bail, the money will need to be paid before the defendant is released. After a person has been released, if they do not appear at their next scheduled court date, a warrant will be issued for their arrest.
If you are seeking the release of someone that has been arrested, contact a Manhattan arraignment attorney from H. Benjamin Perez & Associates, P.C. for immediate legal assistance. A
New York 24 hour lawyer from our office will explain
the arraignment processand provide capable representation at the arraignment hearing, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
24 Hour Arraignment Attorney in Manhattan
At an arraignment hearing, the court will consider many factors when deciding to release a person on their own recognizance or to set bail, including the defendant's prior criminal history, any failures to appear in court, where they live, if they have a job, the type of crime that was committed, and the person's family and community ties. We are highly skilled in New York arraignments and can give you valuable legal advice regarding
bail & bail bonds. Our legal team will tenaciously pursue an ROR or minimal bail amount, and ensure the defendant's constitutional rights are protected.
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Contact a Manhattan arraignment lawyer for trusted counsel and representation at an arraignment hearing.