What does a time out date mean in a criminal case? 3 Answers as of April 26, 2016

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Law Office of Darin Kanfer | Darin J. Kanfer
I'm not sure. It would depend on the context it is used. It could mean the date a person will be released from being incarceration.
Answer Applies to: Michigan
Replied: 4/26/2016
Lawrence Lewis
Lawrence Lewis | Lawrence Lewis, PC
It is something made up that someone told you so you could go away and bother someone on the internet.
Answer Applies to: Georgia
Replied: 4/26/2016
Hammerschmidt Broughton Law
Hammerschmidt Broughton Law | Mark A. Broughton
When an accused has not waived his speedy trial right, the "time-out date" is the last date that he/she must be brought to trial. If he/she is not brought to trial on or before that date, the case must be dismissed. This does not always mean that the case is over, however, as the DA can re-file the charges in many instances and then the case begins anew.
Answer Applies to: California
Replied: 4/26/2016
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