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What is a federal status conference? Does that mean the federal authorities took over my case from the high court? – Georgia Criminal Law Questions and Answers

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The person was arrested for gun possession by a convicted felon. A few months ago, a bail hearing was denied. A status review hearing was held today after it was found out today that there will be a federal status conference in two months and also a bail hearing in two weeks

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A: “So let it be written, so let it be done.” Pharaoh Ramses in The Ten Commandments.

A: A status conference is a hearing where the judge asks the prosecution and defense about the status of the case. Typically, the judge primarily wants to know if the case is going to be heard or if there will be a trial.

If you have federal court hearings, it means you may have federal charges and should contact an attorney who handles federal cases.

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