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  1. #1
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    Default Discovery Time Limit

    My question involves traffic court in the State of: WASHINGTON GRAYS HARBOR COUNTY

    HOW MANY DAYS DOES THE OFFICER HAVE TO TURN IN HIS/HER DISCOVERY INFO?

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    Default Re: Discovery Time Limit

    In a word -- FOREVER. There's no requirement for an officer to turn in ANY statement. Of course, the officer would have to show up in person to testify at your hearing. Did you return your citation requesting a contested hearing? Did you request discovery?

    Barry
    Where am I going? And why am I in this handbasket?

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    Default Re: Discovery Time Limit

    Just got the ticket on 06/06/12 sent it in today contested
    i no last time the judge tossed it out due the the officer not turning in his/her discovery in time. I thought they had 5 or 14 days to have it in and dated

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