Right to speedy trial in murder and assault charges trial

Speedy trial not violated in 1st degree assault and attempted 2nd degree murder trial 

Defendant challenged his convictions of attempted 2nd degree murder and 1st degree assault, arguing that the trial court violated his right to a speedy trial.¬† Noting that defendant’s trial occurred 42 days after his speedy trial demand, the Minnesota Court of Appeals concluded that the delay was not prejudicial.

State v. Ramsey, A18-2023, Ramsey County.

Minnesota Criminal Defense Lawyer Lynne Torgerson was not attorney of record in this case.

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