The judge can take as long as is necessary. Many courts have substantial backlogs of cases.
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You should inquire of the court calendar clerk's office of the county for the average wait for that judge.
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It should be within 60 days, but "should" is subject to budget cuts and backlogs. If you don't have something by the end of September, check with the Court for an estimated date.
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