Right of State to trial within 60 days after arraignment; exceptions. The State, upon demand, has the right to a trial of the defendant within 60 days after his arraignment. The court may postpone the trial if:
1. It finds that more time is needed by the defendant to prepare his defense; or
2. The number of other cases pending in the court prohibits the acceptance of the case for trial within that time.
Last modified: February 25, 2006