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Here is a quick tutorial on DISPOSITIONAL CONFERENCES, how they work and what to expect.  Dispositional Conferences are you and your attorney’s opportunity to resolve your case, identify issues, get the judge involved in the process, set your case for motions or set it for a trial.  Only your attorney can meet with the judge in person or on a video platform along with the prosecutor. You are required to remain in the courtroom while your attorney meets with the judge and prosecutor in chambers.

The Dispositional Conference is an extremely valuable tool. An experienced attorney will use this day to put you and case in the best possible position going forward or even resolve it.  Call the Webb Law Firm @ (207) 283-6400!

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Maine Attorney John Webb

Disclaimer: Welcome to the Webb Law Firm OUI Podcast. This podcast does not create an attorney – client relationship. You will not become a client until a written contract is agreed to between the host and listener. This podcast conveys only general legal information. Every legal situation is different due to changing laws and the facts of the case. If you have a question, do not hesitate to call us at (207) 283-6400.

SO TODAY we’re going to have a general discussion about arraignments. Just to review, in Maine, class A, B, & C crimes are felony crimes that are punishable by a year or more in prison. Class D & E crimes are punishable up to 364 days in prison and are misdemeanors. Felony crimes include but are not limited to Aggravated Assault, Gross Sexual Assault, Arson, and Manslaughter, just to name a few. Misdemeanors are Domestic Violence Assault, Operating Under the Influence, “Simple” Assault, Trespass, Disorderly Conduct, and the like.

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