What is a Supervening Indictment mean? My case was vacated in Maricopa County Superior Court.

by Aaron Black • September 15, 2012

A Supervening Indictment means that you have been formally charged with a felony. An Indictment is issued when a Grand Jury determines there is probable cause that you committed a felony.

If a Supervening Indictment was issued in your case you are now facing serious felony charges in Maricopa County Superior Court.

Aaron Black is a Phoenix Criminal Defense Lawyer and one of the leading trial attorneys in Arizona. Aaron Black is recognized as a 2012 Super Lawyer Rising Star in Criminal Defense (Top 2.5% of lawyers under 40 in Arizona and New Mexico). He is rated 10/10 on AVVO.com, and is rated by Martindale-Hubbell as an AV Preeminent Lawyer (the highest level of professional excellence).

In light of the Coronavirus pandemic, I wanted to inform clients and potential clients I am still available for consultations. I am always available by phone, text and/or email. We can also use Facetime for social distancing. The criminal justice system is not stopping due to COVID-19.

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