Judicial Services

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Current Category: Judicial Services

Programs within the court system or which operate in cooperation with the courts that carry out the administrative functions required for handling the disposition of people who have been accused of a crime prior to trial; and the indictment, arraignment, trial and sentencing of people who have been arrested and charged with a crime.

23 Resources in this Category

Judicial Services has 3 subcategories

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Complaint Issuance (14 Resources)

Programs that prepare and file with the appropriate Justice or Municipal Court a written statement which accuses one or a number of individuals who are named (or unknown individuals) of committing a specified offense, which offers to prove the facts and which requests that prosecution be initiated. If it appears from the complaint that probable cause exists that the individuals named committed the alleged crime, a warrant for their arrest is issued.

Court Filing Offices (5 Resources)

Divisions or programs of the court that accept and file actions, petitions, motions or other applications from the public for the purpose of obtaining a ruling or order directing some action in favor of the applicant. Court filings are generally completed by a lawyer on behalf of a client, though some jurisdictions may permit (but not recommend) filing by clients on their own behalf.

Public Counsel (4 Resources)

Programs that are part of the city, county, state or federal judicial system that are responsible for prosecuting, in the name of the government, individuals who have been accused of an offense; for providing legal representation for representatives of government offices to which they are counsel; or for representing indigent defendants in criminal cases.

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