> Michael S. Lorrey, <email@example.com>, writes:
> > Any computer nut ought to know the story of Kevin Mitnick, who, after
> > five years in prison, most of that in solitary, without a trial,
> Did he waive his right to a speedy trial?
No, he didn't. Moreover, he was in jail for something like 3 years before he was
even arraigned. They wouldn't let him have access to evidence, or participate in
his defense, and he was refused access to simple electronic devices like phones
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