Yes. You have a constitutional right to a speedy trial. The cases say that after 2 years the prosecution must explain the delay. However, most Judges require the moton to be made in writing and filed and served before the court date. If this is a defense you want to mount I suggest you retain a criminal defense lawyer.
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Yes, but it likely has to be done by way of a written motion filed before trial.
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Motion is dismiss.
If they don't take your motion say you want a attorney and do not continue the trial.
Which court was this?
This is not legal advice. If order to give you legal advice i would need to see the Tickets and talk to the court first. Good luck:)