Supreme Court Arraignment

Following the issuance of an indictment, a defendant will be arraigned a second time, but on this occasion it will be in Supreme Court. The arraignment on the indictment in Supreme Court is similar to the arraignment on the complaint in Criminal Court.

In Supreme Court, you will be given a copy of the indictment and enter a plea. Additionally, you may be given certain evidentiary information about the charges against you, including the so-called Voluntary Disclosure Form (V.D.F).


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