No way to know without looking at the court's files on ya'll's cases.
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His hearing may have been scheduled while he was still being held, and therefore may have received some priority.
Persons in jail usually get earlier court dates. If he was just bonded out they may not have changed his court date yet. It really doesn't mean anything.
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