Q: If a illegal immigrant has EDC Court , what will most likely happened on that day
A: At an Early Disposition Court session, you as a defendant will be arraigned, and a plea agreement will be offered by the County Attorney. If you accept the plea agreement, sentencing will occur that day or at an EDC session. If you do not accept the offered plea agreement, you will be allowed time to reach a plea agreement by the next EDC session or the case will be set for a traditional court session.
You should be represented by an experienced criminal attorney to avoid a conviction or a negative result that will impact your immigration case.
Good luck to you.
A: The response by Adan is correct as for the process.
If I am reading between the lines, you do not need to worry about security arresting you simply because of your undocumented status. However, if your plea agreement calls for jail time then you should absolutely be worried about your case and contact our firm so we can help prevent you from going to jail in Maricopa where they will place an ICE hold on you.
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