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If his lawyer is already trying to get the US Attorney's Office to move faster, the only other thing his attorney can do is file a petition for writ of mandamus, which is known as an extraordinary writ to the federal court
demanding the release of someone who is now being held without any legal cause or justification. This is up to his attorney to consider filing and for his attorney to evaluate as to whether or not this would be granted any faster than the US Attorney finally making a determination in his case. However, based on what you are saying above, it seems the petition for writ of mandamus would be something to consider to get released from the house arrest.
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