Depends on what stage the case is at. There is no statute for preliminary hearing. If it is past that point, speedy trial requires trial start within five months of the preliminary hearing or if no hearing was held, from indictment. Speedy trial can be waived, and if the inmate does that the case can be continued however many times the judge allows.
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It depends. If the defendant is incarcerated, then it's five months so long as the prosecution requested each continuance.
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