Q: Probation revocation hearing / right to speedy trail
Is it Ga law that someone is to have a revocation hearing within 60 days from the arrest date or the case is to be dismissed for lack of speedy trail as this is a violation of someone sixth amendment right, also that a person can only be held for a total of 180 days before they have to be released
A: No and no, there is no set statutory time period for a person to have a probation revocation hearing. It must be within "a reasonable time". There is no speedy trial for revocation. The 180 days to be released I believe has to do with interstate detainers not probation revocations.
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