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What is Arraignment

Legalese Explained: This legal term is the formal process when someone is charged in the Crown Court. There is three part to this.

  1. Call by name to be charged.
     
  2. The charges are read from the indictment.
     
  3. They are asked to plea guilty or not guilty.

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