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Delay in trial didn’t violate Sixth Amendment (access required)

Where a defendant experienced an “uncommonly lengthy” delay in his trial that made it harder to communicate with his attorneys and resulted in his heightened anxiety and concern due to the COVID-19 pandemic, he could not show that his case was harmed in any manner and thus his Sixth Amendment rights were not violated by ...