Not Guilty Pleas
What if I am not guilty of the MIP charge?
If you believe you are not guilty of the MIP charge, you must still come to court on your scheduled court date. At that time, you will have two options. One option is to get a new court date to meet with a prosecutor to explain why you believe you are not guilty of the charge. After that meeting, you can set your case for trial, if necessary. The other option is to plead not guilty and set your case for trial without first meeting with a prosecutor. You are entitled to have either a judge or a jury decide your case.
Last Updated on Monday, 04 June 2012 11:48