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    Feb 2, 2012, 06:51 PM
    The charge is a felony aggravated assuilt

    I was charged with a felony aggravated assult and I was arrested of November the 18 th 2011. I went to court to see the judge and he set me a bond of 10,000.00 which I needed one thousand to bond out and I bonded out of jail on December the 1st of 2011 I have a court date in march but I have not been indicted on the charge yet I am needing to know how long does hinds county have to indict me on this charge I really need to know as soon as possible please help me

    How to find out if you have been indicted yet if you are not in jail in hinds county Mississippi in the chancery courts system. Can you please help me tell me a free web site that I can go to or something that would help me out I need to find out as soon as possible please

    I need to know or need help finding out were to look online to find out the satchues of limitations on how long the grand jury has to indict a person with felony aggravated assuilt charges if bonded out of jail
    I would really appericate your help on this matter is there a free web site where you can actulely speck to an attorney about this kind of stuff
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    Feb 2, 2012, 08:48 PM
    Please do not start many posts for the same question. I have deleted some and merged others. If you need to add more info, merely answer your own question to add more info
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    Feb 2, 2012, 08:58 PM
    There are two ways to be brought to trail, In some a person would be arrested and have a first hearing where evidence is presented with the suspect present. If the judge decides at the first appearance, there is enough evidence to old them over for trial, bail is set and they are now ready to go to court. ( in these cases, there is no grand jury, since the judge has already ruled there is enough evidence for court)

    In other cases a DA presents evidence to the grand jury ( without the suspect present) and get a order to indict.

    It would appear they already had a first appearance for you, and set bail.

    SOL only refers to the time between the crime and your actual arrest, you have already been arrested, so SOL stopped at the time of arrest.

    If you feel your due process has been violated, you hire an attorney.

    As for as getting to trial, it can take a year or more at times. So much depend on getting any evidence back from labs, and also if there are motions being filed by either side.
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    Feb 2, 2012, 08:58 PM
    There are two ways to be brought to trail, In some a person would be arrested and have a first hearing where evidence is presented with the suspect present. If the judge decides at the first appearance, there is enough evidence to old them over for trial, bail is set and they are now ready to go to court. ( in these cases, there is no grand jury, since the judge has already ruled there is enough evidence for court)

    In other cases a DA presents evidence to the grand jury ( without the suspect present) and get a order to indict.

    It would appear they already had a first appearance for you, and set bail.

    SOL only refers to the time between the crime and your actual arrest, you have already been arrested, so SOL stopped at the time of arrest.

    If you feel your due process has been violated, you hire an attorney.

    As for as getting to trial, it can take a year or more at times. So much depend on getting any evidence back from labs, and also if there are motions being filed by either side.
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    Feb 26, 2013, 04:09 PM
    My attorney advised me to keep in touch with the Bonding Company, as I had the same issue and question in Mississippi.
    Attorney said bond agent would be contacted with the information.

    Certainly hope this helps you!

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