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After winning a suppression hearing can you file a motion for speedy trial if the prosecution has adjourned the case four times after the suppression was granted?

  I would file a motion to dismiss the case. If the prosecution has deprived the accused of his right to a speedy trial, the charges must be dismissed. Four continuances b (MORE)

Do The statute of limitations and speedy trial cover the same rights?

No. The statutes of limitations limit the states right to prosecute an individual (if they are unknown and un-named) - whereas the right to a speedy trial takes effect and beg (MORE)

Does speedy trial apply to civil cases?

No, the term "speedy trial" refers to the right of a criminal accused to have his/her case heard without undue delay. In the VI Amendment it is stated this way: "In all crimin (MORE)

What is the Right to a speedy trial?

U.S. Const., Amend. VI: "In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the State and district wherein (MORE)

Does a speedy trial take 90 days?

'Speedy trial' does not refer to the amount of time the trial itself takes, it refers to the amount of time it takes for the defendant to be brought to trial.   See: http:/ (MORE)