Your speedy trial clock starts ticking when you are arrested. If the charge is a misdemeanor, the state must file an information before ninety days. If the charge is a felony, they must file the information before 175 days. if that hasn't happened, they have lost jurisdiction of your case and can no longer file. The waiver you signed is irrelevant because he is not representing you. Good luck. I would contact the clerks office in the county you were arrested to confirm if the case has been in fact no infoed, or if the State Attorney is seeking to upfile it to a felony. Good luck.
Since waiver of speedy was filed the state had at least a year maybe 2 depending on what the charge is.
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