Justice Donio dismissed the application in a conclusive written statement of February 25, 2011.4 Justice Donio found that the 180-day period began on May 17, 2010 when the forms were received by the DCJ. There is no indication from Donio J.A.`s opinion that the accused stated that the period began to run on May 7, 2010, when it was received by the county prosecutor.5 Donio J.A. found that the accused`s request for trial was not valid because it referred to an indictment that was later replaced. , and it was incomplete because it did not contain the supervisor`s offer to transfer custody of the children. At the end of a hearing, the judge issued an order accompanied by a written decision that rejected the defendant`s PCR petition without being heard. The judge found that the RCP was procedurally excluded in accordance with Rule 3:22-5. The judge found that the accused on the RCP, as he did in his direct complaint, wanted a “part-time credit” because of the defective filing of the ADI forms. In addition, the judge found that while the defendant`s application was not procedurally prescribed, he had not provided apparent evidence of ineffective assistance. c) If the competent authority refuses temporary provisional custody of that person or does not accept temporary interim custody of that person, or if an application for an indictment, information or complaint on the basis of which the detainee was filed is not brought to justice within the time limit of Article III or Article IV, the competent jurisdiction of the competent court if the indictment , information or complaint is pending, to issue an order that rejects the same prejudice as prejudice, and any detainee based on it ceases to be a force or an effect of some kind. (d) The temporary custody referred to in this agreement is intended only to continue the registration or charge contained in one or more unproven charges, information or complaints that form the basis of the detainee, or to pursue the other charges or charges arising from the same transaction. With the exception of his presence in court and during transport to or from a place where his presence may be necessary, the prisoner is held in a prison or other appropriate institution, regularly used for persons awaiting prosecution. (e) The detainee is repatriated to the sending state as soon as possible, in accordance with the objectives of this agreement.
(f) During temporary custody or during the risk of the prisoner being made available in another way for trial, as stipulated in this agreement, the sentence is maintained, but the prisoner deserves a good time only if and to the extent that the law and practice of the court that have pronounced it permit it.