LLCrRLJ 4.1(g) Mandatory Appearance for Arraignment on all Gross Misdemeanors A person who is accused of committing a criminal offense denominated as a gross misdemeanor by the enacting statute, and who is served with a criminal citation and notice or complaint shall physically appear before the Court for arraignment on the designated date to allow for determination of probable cause and the setting of conditions of release in conformity with CrRLJ 3.4(a). In conformity with CrRLJ 4.1(g), this Court is exercising its right to eliminate the option of a defendant to waive arraignment on gross misdemeanor charges under CrRLJ 4.1(g) (1). EFFECTIVE DATE 12/01/10
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