...ground that the Defendant has been denied his constitutional right to a speedy trial. FACTS It is un...
...him under a 2001 indictment would violate his constitutional rights to a speedy trial. "It is clear to the Court that it...
In his Zoning and Land Use Planning column, Anthony S. Guardino of Farrell Fritz, states: Local governments must meet various deadlines when considering zoning-related applications. But a municipalit
...charging reckless driving is granted based upon a violation of his statutory speedy trial rights. The long form information sub judice charges that, on or...
In their Financing column, Joshua Sohn and Jason Goldstein of DLA Piper, focuses on some recent cases in New York and other states that are informative to a current understanding of the ability of le
Steptoe & Johnson partner Evan T. Barr discusses legal and ethical issues involved in representing a fugitive facing charges in the federal system, including the boundaries of permissible advocacy, t
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