Talk to your attorney about your options at this stage. You cannot stop the State of Florida from bringing criminal charges. You said nothing about the nature of the charges, which plays an important role for the state in even trying to prosecute again.
R. Jason de Groot, Esq., 386-337-8239
Although you can't stop the State from refiling, that does not mean that you can not file a motion to discharge as soon as they do. There are definitely some arguments that can be made that the case should be discharged if it is refiled based on the State's violation of Florida Rule of Criminal Procedure 3.191(o) by using a Nolle Prosequi to circumvent the speedy trial rules. Of course if this motion is denied, you can always file a demand for speedy trial as soon as the State refiles which will limit them to 60 days to bring your case to trial.
Yeah this should not effect your demand that was filed and if the state does refile you have a good motion to dismiss.
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