Filing Motions in Lehigh County

A key component to any legal case is pre-trial work. Likewise, a key component to improving a convicted individual's conditions is conducting work post-conviction. One way an attorney can improve a defendant's situation is through the filing of motions. A motion is a formal request for a court action on a case. They available to both prosecution and defendant, and may need to be defended in court in order to be successful. When a person wishes to file a motion regarding a case, it must be done at the Lehigh County Court of Common Pleas, located in Allentown, PA.

Filing Motions in Lehigh County

In any case involving criminal charges, aggressive and defensive approaches to filing motions can improve a defendant's odds in court. There are a number of motions a defendant may file both before and after a trial, pleading, or final sentence has been made. These include:

While a majority of motion filing can be done without an attorney, or through a public defender, a private attorney will have greater time and resources to dedicate to an individual's case. This can often mean the difference between a strongly prepared argument in court, versus a hastily prepared argument. This makes all the difference when it comes time to defend the case in court.

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

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