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Criminal – Speedy Trial – Va. Statute – No Order (access required)

Although defendant argues he was not tried on a charge of malicious wounding within five months of his preliminary hearing, as required by Va. Code § 19.2-243, the Court of Appeals finds no speedy trial violation because defendant did not object to the date set for trial before the date occurred. Defendant’s failure to object to ...

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