Filing Motions in Delaware County

An important part of a person's legal defense before a trial is the filing of pre-trial motions. Also, should a person be convicted, post-conviction motions can greatly improve their situation. A motion is a request for the court to perform some action that affects a person's case. Aggressive and defensive motion practices can greatly affect the outcome of a person's case. When a person has a case in Delaware County, they must file their motions with the Delaware County Court of Common Pleas, located in Media, PA.

Filing Motions in Delaware County

Individuals in criminal cases often gain an edge in court when they practice an aggressive approach to filing motions with the court. Similarly, a dedicated effort to filing motions after a conviction can help a person outside of court. Some common motions in criminal cases include:

These motions and more can be filed by an attorney to help improve a defendant's situation. While motions can be filed without the assistance of an attorney, or through the help of a public defender, the representation from a private attorney may strengthen a defendant's case. Private attorneys can provide greater time and resources to help structure an argument in case a motion is to go to court.

If you or a loved one is facing criminal charges in Delaware County, contact our Criminal Law Team today.

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