You are presumed to be innocent until proven guilty without a reasonable doubt.
You have a right to be informed of the charges against you.
You have the right to remain silent, and anything you say may be held against you.
You have the right to retain an Attorney.
You have the right to be assigned a Public Defender if the Judge determines that you cannot afford an Attorney and there is a likelihood that if you will be convicted, you will either go to jail, receive a substantial fine, or your drivers license will be suspended.
You have the right to request a reasonable postponement so that you have the opportunity to consult with an Attorney and prepare a proper defense.
You have the right to testify or not testify on your own behalf.
You have the right to subpoena witnesses to testify on your behalf.
You have the right to appeal a decision 20 days of conviction.