Arraignment in a Sentence

Definition of Arraignment

to take before a judge based on charges brought against the person

Use Arraignment in a sentence

The community was relieved when the gang members were arrested and brought in for an arraignment.

Ken’s trial for his arraignment was set for next week in the hopes that he would plead guilty of the crime.

Judge Watson explained to the shackled man at his arraignment that he was being accused of murder in the first degree.

After hearing all the evidence that they had against me at my arraignment, I knew that a jury would definitely find me guilty.

As the woman walked to her arraignment, all of the news reporters were gathered around waiting to interview her about the crime.

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