How many times can a person go to court before the judge throws it out?
The person has been to court about three times. the plaintiff has never came but the defendant has. The defendant has been to all trials. No murder or anything like that. No side has been heard yet.
the only times I went to court were for jury duty
Usually, about three times -- though it's up to the judge.
Basically, if the plaintiff keeps failing to show, at some point the judge is going to dismiss the case 'with prejudice' (meaning it cannot be refiled).
Did the DA oaky doak them into waiveing there rights, to a speedy trial?
Depends for a basic case if it is a trial bump backed or if it is a single crime that this person was in court for was found unguilty and rebrought in for the same crime the first happens and the second is double jeopardy and illegal but a bumpback will only be done as long as the judge is willing to allow so it could be anwhere from 4-8 bump backs
It seems like they would just rule for the defendant the first time - but I guess different states have different rules