This is about the 10th time you have asked this question. Have you called his lawyer yet? You still haven't told us what militant mean. You have been told that he should be released after 45 days assuming his lawyer didn't waive any time.
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Assuming he is being held on a felony charge, the State has 45 days to indict. That time limit could be extended by defendant and his attorney, but otherwise he will be released from custody at that time. The case will not be dismissed necessarily at that point because speedy trial has not ripened.
He has (had) a right ot a preliminary hearing if he is held on a felony. His attorney knows what to do. Your boyfriend should contact his attorney and obtain his release since there is "nothing on him."
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