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Speedy Trial Rights: 48 Hour Rule for California Suspects in Custody
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

Under the Constitution of the United States and the California State Constitution everyone has a right to a ‘Speedy Trial’. This means that once you are charged and/or in custody they must give you a trial within a reasonable time frame. The specific amounts of time are left to the states. In a California misdemeanor case you…

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Speedy Trial Rights in California
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

Most people are aware that they have a right to a speedy trial guaranteed by the Constitution. However, few people understand how this right works as a practical matter. The best way to analyze speedy trial rights is to break down cases by misdemeanor and felony. Misdemeanor cases affected by the speedy trial clause of the…

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