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Here is what you should do: Make contact with the attorney. This can be hard as attorneys are often in court all day, so call early in the morning or during lunch. Attend the initial hearing. Introduce yourself to the public defender.
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Ask the attorney to consider any jail diversion or pre-trial release programs. Preparing for a Court Appearance If your loved one is released, he may still need to appear in court. If he needs to attend here are some things you can do to make the experience easier.
Have a friend drop you off and pick you up at the door of the courthouse. If you must drive, arrive early to make sure you can find parking. Be aware that security guards may ask you to remove your belt and jacket and search any bags. If your loved one will be upset by these procedures, ask if you can carry these items into the courthouse on his behalf.