The information is a charging document filed in a felony case after the defendant is held to answer at a preliminary hearing.
According to Penal Code 1381(a)(1), the information must be filed within fifteen days of the date the defendant is held to answer.
However, the law does not state when the defendant must be arraigned on the information. The defendant must be arraigned within a reasonable period of time.... and thirty days is probably reasonable if the defendant is out of custody.
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