Ten Motions That May Be Made at a Preliminary Hearing

We occasionally hear clients or family members of client complaint about a prior attorney by saying, “He didn’t even make any motions at the preliminary hearing,” as if it was malpractice to not do so.  Depending on the case facts and the allegations, this criticism might be fitting.  It also may be hollow criticism.  Nonetheless, what are some common motions to make at a preliminary hearing?  Click on the following link to find out.


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