Once these matters are in the hands of the judge, there is nothing you can do, since the judge controls how long it will take them to rule on these motions. To succeed in the motion you will have had to have proven that the evidence could not have reasonably been discovered at the time of your trial
. If you have an attorney assisting you, the only thing the attorney can do is check with the judge's clerk to try to get an idea of a time frame on a ruling. If you are representing yourself, you can write a letter to the judge's clerk just asking if they know the time frame on when you will be receiving the ruling.
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