Across the state of Kansas your criminal case may reach Step 8 - Arraignment, Pre-Trial and Trial. If you have a felony case and there is a finding to proceed during preliminary hearing, or you waive preliminary hearing, you will be arraigned. In instances of misdemeanors and felonies (after arraignment) the matter will be set for pre-trial and trial. That is unless you resolve your case in another fashion (i.e. dismissal, plea agreement, Diversion, etc.). This video will give you a preview of what to expect in each of these phases. First thing you should do after watching this series is call an attorney. Representation is critical if your case gets to this stage. Attorney T. Morton can help (913) 602-7288.