Just need correct confirmation to the days used in calculating 60 day speedy trial?
The time for trial rule is very simple and complex at the same time. If a person is in custody the State has 60 days for the date of arraignment to commence a trial. If the 60th day falls on a non-court day then next court day is the deadline. If the person is out of custody, speedy trial is 90 days. There many exceptions to the time for trial rule. The most common would be if the defense asks for a continuance to prepare (with or without the defendant's consent - See State v Campbell), witness unavailability, or other "good cause." Your attorney can help you with this.
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