In a speedy trial, if the case gets dismissed and not refiled, when does the inmate get released?

Asked about 1 year ago - Fresno, CA

Does the inmate get released later the same day or does it take a couple of days to a week? I have heard that speedy trials are different so they would be released differently, is that true?

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  1. Vijay Dinakar

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    Answered . If the case is actually dismissed and not refiled, the defendant will be released forthwith (usually the same day). This assumes the defendant has nothing else holding him in custody (parole or probation hold, ICE hold, new/old charges). Good luck.

  2. Joseph Salvatore Farina

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    Answered . Immediate release usually mean several hours. In Sacramento, it usually takes 10 to 12 hours for an inmate to be released from the county jail or as I say "if it's dismissed by 10:00 a.m., you'll be out by midnight". Of course every county is different.

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