People v. Steele

In People v. Steele, 193 Colo. 87, 563 P.2d 6 (1977), the supreme court ruled that, although the prosecution caused the delay by the late endorsement of a witness on the day of trial, the court found no bad faith and, therefore, the continuance could be charged to the defendant as a "tactical decision". However, in Steele there is no indication that the defendant made any objection to a continuance beyond the speedy trial date. People v. Steele, supra.