Pleadings and motions.
1. Pleadings in criminal proceedings are the indictment, the information and, in justice’s court, the complaint, and the pleas of guilty, not guilty and nolo contendere.
2. All other pleas, and demurrers and motions to quash are abolished, and defenses and objections raised before trial which could have been raised by one or more of them may be raised only by motion to dismiss or to grant appropriate relief, as provided in this title.
Last modified: February 25, 2006