Just to be clear, if a "No information" was filed with the courts, that means the state is not proceeding with charges against you. However, if they have simply done nothing, then yes, after 90 days you would file an expiration of speedy trial which would essentially bar the state from prosecuting you as they have 90 days to bring you to trial after a misdemeanor arrest. I would suggest you speak with an attorney about filing an Expiration of Speedy Trial motion. Good luck!Ask a similar question
In Florida we call the charging document the "Information" and when the state indicates that they are not going to prosecute, they file what is called a "No Information." Have an attorney call the intake department at the state attorney's office and find out for you.
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so far no news is good news. Just make sure you are checking the clerks site for any updates and make sure you attend the arraignment. If you fail to appear you could be arrested again. The State will be in trouble if they file after 90 days. Good luck to you!! i am surprised there was not a court date set in your case already. Perhaps you have a lawyer already who filed pleadings on your behalf waiving your appearance?
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No, the case will not magically be dismissed in 60 days.
If you really care about your case and your future, hire a criminal defense attorney to fight this for you. There is no other answer, no other free advice will do.
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