You have a constitutional right to a speedy trial, but in most cases, you have to ask for it in writing. This is a fairly technical subject, that is best handled by a lawyer. One place to find defense counsel is our website, http://attorneypages.com
Most courts today have to file reports on their backlog. I suspect that the court will make your case come to trial or go away, one way or another, fairly soon.
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