NCIC Database Check Not Enough to Protect Speedy-Trial Rights

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The Drug Enforcement Administration's running of a defendant's name through the National Crime Information Center database a few times over five years without making other efforts to arrest him was a violation of his Sixth Amendment right to a speedy trial, the Third Circuit has ruled in a split decision.

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