Filing Motions in Lancaster County

One of the most key factors in any criminal defense case is dedicated pre-trial work. In court, much of a defendant's case can rest on the usage of pre-trial motions. Motioning for various legal actions can help strengthen a defendant's case, or if a defendant is seeking relief following a conviction, speed up their re-entry into society. In Lancaster County, the Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas is the site of all things pertaining to the law. The court is located in Lancaster, PA.

Legal Motions in Lancaster County

In any criminal case, the filing of legal motions are often necessary to gain an edge in court. Some common motions filed both before and after cases have taken place include:

These motions and more are commonly used in the courtrooms of Pennsylvania. While motions are certainly fileable on one's own or through a public defender, a private attorney will have more time and resources to dedicate to a client. An experienced criminal defense attorney can guide their client and inform them on what motions to file and when. Well-timed and aggressive motion practice can make or break a case.

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

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