How many times the state can ask for an extension of 60-90 days in a post conviction relief?
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Q: How many times the state can ask for an extension of 60-90 days in a post conviction relief?
A: Infinite, but at some point the Judge will have to rule.
No one - certainly not the prosecutor but oftentimes also including the Judge - could care less about your husband's time schedule, and the only person on the planet who does care, and who can use leverage to push the court for resolution, is your husband's lawyer.
If he has one then you should be asking this question of the defense lawyer and if he does not have counsel then he should.
Wishing your family luck and hoping that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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As many times as the court will grant it.
Has your husband ever filed an objection?
Even after it was ranted did he file an objection that it never happen again