To Waive or Not to Waive (Preliminary Exam)

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This article discusses a criminal defendant's right to a preliminary examination when charged with a felony. A defendant has the right to have the exam held at the district court level or to waive his right and have his case automatically go to the circuit court. This article will discuss the strategies beyond all options and when a defendant should and should not waive his right to an exam.

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