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Create a pleading with the caption of the case and case number, (as in most legal pleadings) and title it, "Defendant's Request for a Speedy Trial." Cite the statute number or constitutional authority, etc. that guarantees your rights to a speedy trial. Be sure to sign it, file it with the court, and send a copy to the prosecutor.

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How long does a judge have to sentence someone in a speedy trial?

"Speedy" trial does not apply to the sentencing portion of the trial.

Get forms for a fast and speedy trial?

There are foms to waive speedy trial, but there are no forms necessary to request it. Speedy trial is understood to always exist because it is guaranteed in the Constitution.

Which amendment deals with the right to a speedy trial?

The sixth amendment gives us the right to a speedy trial

Where is a speedy trial held?

"Speedy Trial" is a law enforcement/court slang phrase referring to the constitutional guarantee right of a speedy trial and refers to the 90 day period from indictment or charge to the start of the actual trial. The right to a "speedy" trial may be waived by defense counsel (usually requested in order to prepare for the trial presentation).

What if your attorney will not file speedy trial for you?

Chances are your attorney knows better than you, and your speedy trial time hasn't accumlated yet. Speedy Trial does not mean what you think it means, most likely.

What kind of trial is everyone entitled to?

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Right to a speedy trial is incorporated in the term?

The Speedy Trial Clause is a clause of of the 6th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

Protections given to the citizens accused of crimes such as right to a lawyer and right to speedy trial?

right to lawyer, speedy trial

Is there a speedy trial time frame for the US Supreme Court?

No. The right to a 'speedy trial' only exists for your initial trial. There are no such 'rights' attached to subsequent appeals and judicial porcesses.

Does a Patton decision allow a person to waive their right to a speedy trial?

No, it has nothing to do with the right to a speedy trial. It refers to the waiver of acceptance of a unanimous jury verdict in a case at trial.

Is the right to a speedy trial constitutional?

Yes, the Sixth Amendment requires that someone charged with a crime must be given a fair and speedy trial.

Can a person get a speedy trial if the commited murder?

The short answer is: Yes, Legally, a "speedy trial" is a trial that is within the specified time-frame, set by law, referred to as the "statute of limitations". As long as the trial has occurred within that time-frame, the defendant has been given a "Fair and Speedy Trial", as required by the 6th and 14th Amendments of the U.S Constitution. Any further specification of "speedy" is an opinion, and has no legal standing.