Except as otherwise shown, any motion that’s been made has to be granted wherever the people aren’t ready for trial within the following circumstances:
Except where a defendant’s been committed to the sheriff’s custody in a criminal action, he needs to be released on bail upon such conditions if the people aren’t ready for a trial for the crime within:
A motion made may be denied when the people aren’t ready for trial, if the people were ready for trial before the expiration of the specified period, or if their un-readiness was because of the unavailability of evidence for the people’s case, or when the DA has exercised due diligence to obtain the evidence and there are reasonable grounds to believe that said evidence will be available in a reasonable period of time.
Along with this, in computing the time during which the people must be ready for trial, the following periods have to be excluded:
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