What happens if the grand jury votes to indict me?
If the grand jury votes to indict you, your case will be transferred from Criminal Court to Supreme Court for another arraignment. You will again be formally charged with the offenses voted by the grand jury and contained in the indictment and you will plead either guilty or not guilty. The Supreme Court arraignment is extremely similar to Criminal Court arraignment and the conditions of your bail may again be reviewed. If you do not plead guilty, your case will be adjourned for another court date.
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Mr. Schneider was compassionate, timely and very responsive throughout my case. From the beginning I felt I was in the capable hands of a true professional who was not only caring and considerate but extremely intelligent.
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