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Good afternoon. I certainly understand the situation and your concern. A demand for a speedy trial
would need to be made and a motion would have to be filed with the court
. The Judge is sent a copy of the motion, so it is not a letter directly to the Judge. Moreover, the motion needs to be filed with the clerk of court and a copy sent to the prosecutor as well. Moreover, for this to be granted, you can not have requested any continuances in the past nor should there be any type of motions pending before the court, at this time. If this is just a matter of you being ready for trial
and the State not being ready and asking for more time, you can certainly make the demand.
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