Prosecutors call, seems like an exceedingly long time, my suggestion is to retain a criminal defense attorney who can help you sort out the process.
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If an indictment has not been handed down within 6 months you could make a motion to dismiss. Hire an attorney ASAP.
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that is a very long time. An Attorney could help you speed the process up. They may be holding him because they know that he does not have an attorney.
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There is no "speedy trial" in NJ that sets a strict time. You can file a motion to move things along. But his attorney may not think that is best.Ask a similar question