The right to a trial before a justice of the peace, and in some cases, before a jury.
The right to be represented by an attorney at all stages of the case. In some cases if you are unable to pay for an attorney, the court may appoint an attorney for you. You will have to provide evidence that you are indigent or are unable to afford an attorney. You may be required to reimburse a portion of the attorney fees.
The right to confront witnesses and cross-examine them as to the truthfulness of their testimony.
The right to have subpoenas issued by the court at no cost to you to compel the attendance of witnesses.
The right to remain silent and to be presumed innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.
The right to appeal. There is no right to appeal a guilty plea. For instructions on appeals, go to the Coconino County Law Library.