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unfortunately, I do not have the finances to retain private council. Long story short...I apparently forgot to scan two items. I did not/do not know the customer. My court date is not until July (today is Apr. 8, 2012). Help!
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The 48 rule applies if you are in custody, and you aren't. Even if you were, it doesn't mandate dismissal of charges.
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Mr. Hall is correct. In answering your latest question I just assumed you were in custody. If you are not there is no 48 hour rule.
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