Trials & Attorneys

Jury Trial
Judge Trial
  1. Know Your Rights
  2. Trials
  3. Attorneys


At trial, you have:

  • The right to have notice of the complaint not later than the day before any proceedings in the prosecution.
  • The right to inspect the complaint before trial, and have it read to you at the trial.
  • The right to hear all testimony introduced against you.
  • The right to cross-examine witnesses who testify against you.
  • The right to testify on your own behalf.
  • The right not to testify (Your refusal to do so may not be held against you in determining your innocence or guilt.)
  • You may call witnesses to testify on your behalf at the trial, and have the court issue a subpoena (a court order) to any witnesses to ensure their appearance at the trial.