At one point in May, attorneys appeared to be ready to move forward with the preliminary examination, the hearing in which a judge determines if there is enough evidence to send the case to trial.
But when the case was assigned to a different courtroom, Deputy District Attorney James Thompson said that he was not ready to proceed because he was waiting on evidence and police reports from Alameda County District Attorney's Office as well as the Fremont Police Department.
Leave it to the SF D.A.s office to drag their feet on a high profile case involving an immigrant. I don't know why their trying to amass so much information, when they'll probably try to argue for a lenient sentence, as usual.
If they don't get their butts in gear, we may see what happened with that judge dismissed a child molestation case against another immigrant because his right to a speedy trial was violated.
And, believe it or not, Kamala Harris is running unopposed for District Attorney! Great... four more years of this bullshit!