a special appointed attorney;
a private attorney;
no one (Defendant haschecked the appropriate box).
Defendant has the absolute constitutional right to speedy trial without demandwithin the Time Frame of 175 days after a felony arrest and 90 days after amisdemeanor arrest.
The Government failed to initiate the trial within said Time Frame.
The failure to prosecute resulted from a Government-caused, unusual, andinsufficiently justified Delay between arrest and trial.
Said Delay seriously injured and prejudiced the Defendant by violating theDefendant’s constitutionally guaranteed rights to due process and speedy trial.
Said Delay has critically impaired the Defendant's defense by dimming memoriesand directly causing the potential loss of exculpatory evidence, thereby subjectingDefendant to oppressive pre-trial detention and reflecting prejudice againstDefendant.
Regardless of any contention by Government minions that said delay arose as aresult of Defendant’s continuances or tactical defense decisions, the Government bears the burden to avoid prosecutorial neglect by initiating prosecution withinsaid Time Frame.
did not cause or contribute to said delay by unavailability for trial, by requesting a continuance, by lack of investigation, or by lack of preparation for trial (Defendant has checked the appropriate box).
Any continuance requested by Defendant arose as a result of the Government’sobstruction of due process through direct and intentional obfuscation,incompetence, disorganization, negligence, or constructive lack of cooperation;