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Old 07-02-2017, 02:22 PM
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I can appreciate your frustration. Criminal and family law are distinctly different with different things at stake. Being incarcerated without bail is not a worry for anyone in family court. Loss of freedom is not something that we have to worry about per se. So yes there is a burden of responsibility to ensure that anyone dealing with criminal charges should have an absolute right to a speedy trial. Whether it is prudent or not we always have the ability to say enough to family court proceedings and accept what has been put on the table.
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