You need to hire an attorney to handle your case for you.
Your attorney can file a speedy trial motion and may be able to come to an agreement with the prosecutors and the court to have your case set at an earlier date.
You can motion the court to advance your case. If you have an attorney already, have this attorney file to the motion to advance on your behalf. You may also consider continuing the court date to a later date in August, post graduation. If you try to do this yourself, make sure you state in detail the reasons you need to advance or continue the case. Note that if you are already represented by a lawyer, the court will tell you to have your lawyer file this motion for you.
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Any time you go to court you should have an attorney.
You can go to the clerks office and ask for a motion to move the court date.
Make sure you let the ADA know you want to move the date.
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