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my Thai friend was recently found guilty for a narcotics-related offence (two-year prison sentence). The final hearing (trial) took place in mid-January. So far she has not received her official judgement. Is there a legal time limit defining the period in which the final judgement must be provided?

Dear Mr. .....

Unfortunately, it is impossible to give you an answer without knowing all the details of the trial.
Normally a to get a final judgement there is a minimum time of 30 days, but it can be extended for several reasons both on request of the Public Prosecutor or the defence.

To provide you with a more precise answer we would need the following information:
- Full name of the defendant (in Thai)
- Case number
- Info about the relevant Court where the trial has been held.
- A Power of Attorney from the defendant."executor nomination"