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The judge will receive a Presentence Investigation Report from the Pre-Sentence Unit which will detail the nature of the instant offense, the defendants prior criminal record, their health, substance abuse, family/social, educational and employment history.

(In some instances if the prosecutor and defense attorney agree, the defendant may waive their right to have a Presentence Report prepared and they are simultaneously sentenced at the time of the plea.) Every Friday is a formal motion day for all Criminal Judges.

Cases scheduled for trial usually begin with jury selection on Monday afternoons or Tuesday mornings in each Criminal Courtroom.

All Criminal Division judges conduct sentencing hearings on Fridays.

|Back to Union Vicinage| Criminal Division Administration is located on the 7th Floor Courthouse at 2 Broad Street, Elizabeth, NJ.

Criminal cases are those in which a defendant stands accused of a serious crime such as assault, drug offenses, theft, robbery, fraud or murder.

This office focuses on the social, cultural and economic conditions which often result in the defendant's decision to commit an offense.

PTI strives, through its counseling mechanism, to solve personal problems of clients which lead to crime.

The Public Defender's Office assigns counsel for defendants who are found to be eligible for PD representation.The Pretrial Conference is usually set 30-45 days after arraignment on Monday mornings. If a guilty plea does not result, any trial problems should be worked out and a tentative trial date is set.Pending motions should be discussed and scheduled either that day or soon thereafter.At this hearing the defendant is informed of the charges against him/her and advised of the following rights: If indigent, a defendant has the right to an appointed counsel, bail issues will be addressed and a Plea-Dispositional Conference (PDC) date will be set.At the PDC event the defendant is given the opportunity to work out a plea to the charges.

The Public Defender's Office assigns counsel for defendants who are found to be eligible for PD representation.

The Pretrial Conference is usually set 30-45 days after arraignment on Monday mornings. If a guilty plea does not result, any trial problems should be worked out and a tentative trial date is set.

Pending motions should be discussed and scheduled either that day or soon thereafter.

At this hearing the defendant is informed of the charges against him/her and advised of the following rights: If indigent, a defendant has the right to an appointed counsel, bail issues will be addressed and a Plea-Dispositional Conference (PDC) date will be set.

At the PDC event the defendant is given the opportunity to work out a plea to the charges.

Ideally, these clients are deterred from future criminal involvement.