Filing Motions in Bucks County

A defensive approach to any case often involves the filing of motions with the court. Filing motions can provide defensive options for defendants who face charges, or forms of relief to defendants who have been convicted on criminal charges. A motion is a term that describes a defendant's request for the court to take some sort of action that pertains to their case. Most motions are requested prior to a trial, and may sometimes need to be defended at a hearing before they will be granted by the court. For cases in Bucks County, motions are filed with the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas.

Filing Motions in Bucks County

There are a number of motions available to defendants, whether they are preparing for a trial, or if they are negotiating any post-conviction terms. Some of these motions can include:

While defendants have the ability to file motions themselves, or with a public defender, this process is often time-consuming and confusing. A public attorney may not have the time or resources necessary to give a case proper attention. A private attorney can spare time and resources to speed along a case and to construct a more solid defense for a motion that must be argued in court.

If you or a loved one is involved in criminal matters in Bucks County, contact our Criminal Law Team today.

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