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How long does a motion of discovery take for approval?

There is no statutory timeframe for this action. If the trial is at a point where it is either already in session or it is contemplated to start imminently, the ruling on the motion should be pretty quickly forthcoming so as not to hinder the courts docket. On the other hand, if it is a complicated motion, submitted far in advance of the trial, and covers a lot of legal ground and/or raises a lot of legal issues, then the court may need time to study and consider the request.


How long does it takes for a murder to go to trial?

(in the US) There is no legal requirement other than the defendants "right to speedy trial." However by mutual agreement of both the prosecution and the defense that period of time anc be waived and it becomes a moveable figure depending on how long eiach side wishes to grant the other to prepare and go forward with the case.


How long do you have to answer discovery is it 21 or 30 days from date of service to answer interrogatories?

There is no 'standard' length of time. The 'date to produce' should be included in the interrogatory order.


How long can you be out on bail in Atlanta before they have to drop the charges?

There is no requirement that charges be dropped because you have been out on bail for any period of time in Georgia.Added: Your eventual trial is covered under the "speedy trial" rule and the fact that you are still out on bond means only that your attorney and/or the prosecutor are asking (and granting) waivers of the 'speedy trial rule.' Contact your attorney/public defender for further information.


Is it illegal to date someone 15 when your 11?

No. So long as you are both under 18, then it is not illegal.

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How long does the state have to give you a prelimary hearing?

Depending on the docket load of the court this may vary - so-called "speedy trial" rules apply to a "reasonably" quick trial date but give no specific guidance as to the intermediate steps in the process from presentment to trial.


How long does the courts have to set a date for someone who was arrested to go to court?

For arraignment, you must be presented at the next regularly scheduled session of court. After arraignment, under "speedy trial" rules - although they may differ slightly from state-to-state - you must usually go to trial within 90 days. However, if your attorney agrees to waive "speedy," your trial date may be postponed however long your attorney agrees to. If you believe that you have been waiting overly-long for your trial, check with your attorney.


How long Casey Anthony jailed before trial?

Casey Anthony was in jail for 3 years awaiting her trial date.


How long between arrest and court date?

This depends on the jurisdiction. Different areas have different rules about how long you can be held without trial.


Is it true or false that one reason bail is set is that it is easier for defendants to prepare for trial outside of jail?

False, courts issue bail to force appearance for the later court dates. If a defendant does not appear, they forfeit their bail percentage; money talks. As to having time to prepare, courts don't care if you are in jail or not, as long as you are back on the required date(s).


How long does a Missouri judge have till the case goes out of jurisdiction?

Courts do not have time limits on jurisdiction. If the case is in the jurisdiction of a state trial court, it stays there forever.


How long can you be out on bail before they have to give you a court date?

The timeframe depends on what state you reside in. In most cases it can range from 90 to about 120 days. If your attorney has waived "speedy trial" it can be even longer. If you are represented by an attorney ask them.


How long before trial begins?

The length of time before a court trial varies. The time before a court date is set is determined by the court docket and time needed to prepare for a case.


How do you find out how long a PS3 account is suspended?

Call playstation they give you a date


How wide is a basketball?

Elementary School courts:74'(Long) by 42'(Wide). High School courts: 84'(Long) by 50'(Wide). NCAA, NBA courts: 94'(Long) by 50'(Wide). FIBA courts: 91.86'(Long) by 49.21'(Wide).


How wide is a Basketball court?

Elementary School courts:74'(Long) by 42'(Wide). High School courts: 84'(Long) by 50'(Wide). NCAA, NBA courts: 94'(Long) by 50'(Wide). FIBA courts: 91.86'(Long) by 49.21'(Wide).


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