The Speedy Trial Act requires that a criminal defendant be tried within seventy days of arraignment or indictment or to have all charges dismissed. The defendant here was not tried for nearly two years. But the Third Circuit rejected his three claims regarding the speedy trial clock. The defendant claimed “that an open-ended continuance granted by the District Court did not meet the Act’s criteria for tolling under § 3161(h)(7)(A); that the motions in limine filed by the Government did not qualify for the Act’s exclusion of “delay resulting from any pretrial motion” under § 3161(h)(1)(D); and that his motion for discovery did not toll the clock under § 3161(h)(1)(D) from its filing through its official disposition.” The Third Circuit agreed with the District Court that each of those time periods was excludable.