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2. Pretrial Hearing

a. A preliminary hearing, the pretrial is used to inform the court of where the case is going: trial, motion argument, a plea to DUI, a plea to a reduced charge or entry of a deferred prosecution.

b. Cases usually do not resolve themselves at the first pretrial hearing. So, it is typical practice to ask the court to continue the matter to another pretrial hearing for further negotiations and case investigation.

c. If continued, the next pretrial hearing will be set out approximately 30 – 60 days.


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