Filing Motions in Chester County

When a person is charged with a crime, one of the ways they may improve their odds in court is through the filing of pre-trial motions. Similarly, if a person has been convicted, they may be able to improve their situation through the filing of post-conviction motions as well. Motions are legal actions requested by parties involved in a case. Motions filed in court may need to be defended in front of a judge. For cases in Chester County, a person must file their motions with the Chester County Court of Common Pleas, located in West Chester, PA.

Filing Motions in Chester County

When a defendant wishes to file motions pertaining to their case, they may need to head to court to defend them. This is especially true in cases involving criminal law. Some common motions seen in these cases can include:

Defendants are capable of filing these motions from whatever position they are in, however, incarceration and police custody can make these actions somewhat difficult. While the services of a public defender can make this process easier, it may be advisable to retain a private attorney who can spare more time and resources to dedicate to the case. The time it takes to create well-prepared argument can mean the difference between a successful motion and a failed one.

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

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