If the DA is still not ready and you insist on your sppedy trial rights, the DA can dismiss but refile. If you have waived time, you would have to pull your time waiver. But shouldn't you be talking to your attorney? They would know best and none of us are going to second guess your attorney when we know nothing about the facts.
Ask your attorney. More likely it will be: (1) continued; or (2) dismissed and refiled.
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The answer really depends on the status of the time waiver. If there has never been a time waiver (almost always a time waiver in a homicide case), the trial must take place within 60 days of the arraignment on the information. If a time waiver is given, the trial must start within a reasonable time (in Fresno the judges usually define that as 60 days from date time waiver withdrawn). The more experienced lawyers give specific time waivers versus general. The DA will only dismiss and re-file if the deadline for trial gets to the last day and the DA is still not ready.