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1. What is a District Attorney's Office?
2. What is appropriate to wear to court?
3. Who do I contact to report a crime?
4. Can a crime be reported directly to the District Attorneys Office?
5. What is a grand jury and what does it do?

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1. What happens when a law enforcement agency files a case with the District Attorneys Office?
2. What happens once a case is indicted?
3. What is a plea bargain and how does the process work to resolve a case?
4. How often are criminal cases disposed of through the plea bargain agreements?
5. How does as a victim fit into the prosecution of a criminal case?
6. How can charges be dropped in a criminal case?
7. Can a witness refuse to testify?
8. What if a defense attorney or private investigator contacts a witness about a case?
9. How long will a witness have to be at the courthouse?
10. When a case goes to trial, who determines if the defendant is guilty or innocent?
11. The defendant has been found guilty, now what?
12. Once the defendant's punishment had been decided, is that the end of the case?
13. Are all cases argued before the appellate court?
14. If the defendant’s conviction is affirmed, may he seek other relief?
15. Do most defendants convicted in a trial appeal their conviction?

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1. Someone claiming to be a District Attorney Investigator is attempting to contact me by phone, at my home, or through social media. Is this a scam?
2. I've been notified that I have an outstanding check filed with the District Attorney's office. What should I do?
3. I was arrested for a hot check warrant. What should I do?
4. Can I make payments on an outstanding balance?

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1. What is a protective order?
2. How long will it take to get a protective order?
3. What do I have to show?
4. What if I am going through a divorce?
5. What happens when I go to court?
6. What happens once the protective order is granted?
7. I am ready to begin the process, what is the first step?