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Q: At what stage of the formal criminal justice process does the defendant enter a plea of guilty or not guilty? Answer a. Bail hearing b. Arraignment c. Preliminary hearing d. Criminal
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A: The stage of the formal criminal justice process that the defendant enter a plea of guilty or not guilty is: Arraignment.
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User: At what stage of the formal criminal justice process does the defendant enter a plea of guilty or not guilty? Answer a. Bail hearing b. Arraignment c. Preliminary hearing d. Criminal trial

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The stage of the formal criminal justice process that the defendant enter a plea of guilty or not guilty is: Arraignment.

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