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Manslaughter conviction overturned after inmate’s delayed transfer from Arizona prison

ucbruin

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"By the time he was back in Hawaii and available for trial, 118 days had passed since his conviction was overturned. After other delays caused by both sides in the case, his attorney argued that the state’s delays had exceeded a law which requires trial within 180 days of when a defendant is charged."






"His attorney"....

Be my nephew.... :clapping:
Poor guy, the article doesn't print his name....
 

George Hatch

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The game has rules, and the State cannot afford to break those rules.
 

Lee in L.A.

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I don't want to ever play this game.
 
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