Definition of "arraign"
  1. The process of bringing a criminal defendant before a court, presenting them with charges, offering the chance to plead, establishing if they have legal representation, potentially setting bail, and scheduling future court appearances
How to use "arraign" in a sentence
  1. The man was arraigned in court after being arrested for burglary.
  2. During the arraignment, the judge scheduled the next court date.
  3. Following her arrest, she was arraigned and given a chance to plead.

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