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Post Trial motions

POST-TRIAL MOTIONS

Prior to sentencing, you may make a motion to set aside the verdict. If the judge grants the motion, the judge may then set aside the verdict or modify it. If the judge sets aside the verdict, you will be entitled to a dismissal, a reduction of the charges, or a new trial. These motions are rarely granted.

The foregoing information has been taken from the New York Unified Court System- Criminal justice system hand book on the nature of the proceedings.

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