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'Sibblies' and Standards for Statements of Readiness

, New York Law Journal

John H. Wilson writes: In the concurring opinions in 'People v. Sibblies,' the Court of Appeals has provided two different ways to view the People's off-calendar statement of readiness. But the underliying issue, that of the validity of the People's statement of readiness, particularly in light of a subsequent statement of non-readiness, remains of constant concern to the criminal law practitioner.

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Originally appeared in print as 'People v. Sibblies' and Standards for Valid Statements of Readiness