Kingsville Arraignment Attorney

The first court date after the charge is filed with a court is called “arraignment”. This is the appearance date given to the accused when he posts bail.

Arraignment serves several functions:

  1. to formally identify the accused as the person charged;
  2. to determine how the accused pleas to the charge;
  3. to appoint an attorney to assist you in your defense, if you are unable to afford an attorney; and
  4. to advise the accused of pretrial and/or trial settings.

This phase may be waived by your attorney, saving valuable time for everyone.