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  1. I agree based just on what you typed here. There would be no way to impose a rule as to the exact "speed" at which trial can be afforded since so many circumstances come into play. As long as the concept exists that our processes will...

    4 Answers · Politics & Government · 13/01/2007

  2. ...in Garland v. Washington, 232 U.S. 642 (1914) and Barker v. Wingo, 407 U.S. 514, 530 (1972), the Supreme Court ruled...

    4 Answers · Politics & Government · 06/12/2010

  3. ...of a Felony or Serious Misdemeanor cause. In Barker v Wingo - 407 US 514 (1972) the court will look at: 1) The length of the delay...

    4 Answers · Politics & Government · 03/04/2013

  4. ...defendant's speedy trial right has been violated in the case of Barker v. Wingo: Length of Delay: A delay of a year or more from the date...

    1 Answers · Politics & Government · 09/11/2008

  5. ...violation of your Right to a Speedy Trial. In Barker v. Wingo (1972), it held that despite a five‐year delay between indictment and trial, there...

    1 Answers · Politics & Government · 24/07/2008

  6. ... the right to have been violated. For instance, in Barker v. Wingo (1972), it held that despite a five‐year delay between indictment and trial, there...

    1 Answers · Politics & Government · 10/01/2010

  7. ...defendant's speedy trial right has been violated in the case of Barker v. Wingo: 1.Length of Delay: A delay of a year or more from the date...

    3 Answers · Politics & Government · 04/03/2010

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