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Timescale Given Judge - Set in Stone?

Discussion in 'Criminal Law Forum' started by hector mcfarlane, 9 July 2014.

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  1. hector mcfarlane

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    If a judge gives the prosecution a certain amount of time in this case 26 weeks
     
  2. hector mcfarlane

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    A timescale given by the judge for the prosecution to get evidence and bring it to court has expired ,what does that mean ?
     
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    Owens Lawyers Well-Known Member

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    Usually not much. Police often serve briefs of evidence late with little consequence.
     
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    If it is to your advantage you write to the court and say the delays are intolerable and you want the case to proceed now. The court may not listen but it is worth a try.
     

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