Be patient. It is not uncommon for two months to pass. Be careful on pushing a judge to rule fast, as it may backfire. A judge who thinks someone in prison has a sense of entitlement is never a good thing. Be careful.
I don't believe there is any set time limit for a ruling. But, if all that's happened if filing, reply and response, it sounds like there hasn't been any argument. Maybe a future date has been set for this. Your husband should consult his attorney
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Really, writs of habeas corpus filed when a person is in custody really do take a long time. You just have to be patient. It is not uncommon for such writs to take months to resolve.
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