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Asked on: 5/20/13, 2:37 pm

OK my friend went to his preliminary hearing and since they didn't have enough to continue they called a sheriff as a witness who on the record stated no previous knowledge of the case and he wasn't involved on the investigation so they could do a start and stop isn't that against his rights to due process and the judge said its not because she can decide and since its 14 days to have a prelim now used to be 7 so she said it didn't matter plzz help

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Answered on: 5/20/13, 6:49 pm by Christopher Brown

Even if it were past the 14-day rule the Judge can waive the fourteen days for good cause.

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