The Police Prosecutor is responsible for the preparation and presentation of cases in District Court, Lebanon Family Court, and for the review, assistance, and preparation of cases for Superior Court.
As Police Department liaison with the Courts, the Prosecutor coordinates the scheduling of cases and witnesses, ensuring that all cases have been reviewed for legality and completeness, overseeing the successful and fair prosecution of all cases. The Prosecution also presents the State's evidence at Administrative License Suspension hearings.
- How do I contact the Prosecutor?
- When should I contact the Prosecutor to discuss my arrest and possible resolution of the case?
- Can I change my court date?
- I have received a ticket from a Police Officer. What do I do?
- I have received a court summons from a Police Officer or complaint but do I have to appear? Can I waive the appearance by mail and plead guilty?
- I want to plead guilty but I do not have the money to pay the fines. When are they due?
- I have an arraignment date set - what is going to happen?
- What happens at trial?
- I am charged with a violation level offense. What are the possible penalties?
- I am a victim or witness - what is going to happen?
- I am charged with a Class B Misdemeanor. What are the possible penalties?
- Where do hearings occur?
- I am charged with a felony. What happens next?
- I am charged with a Class A Misdemeanor. What are the possible penalties?
- Can I bring a weapon to court?