The defense Motion for Release is “being considered” by the court.
CWW does not have to be in custody for his 11/30/2015 arraignment.
From the logical way that I interpret RULE 3.134*
, by the end of this week if the state has not filed a formal criminal charge, the court will order that CWW be released on his 40[SUP]th[/SUP] day of being in state custody (11/23/2015).
*Florida Rules of Criminal Procedure
In no event shall any defendants remain in custody beyond 40 days unless they have been formally charged with a crime.
Judge grants arraignment delay in Sievers' murder case
Nov 16, 2015
The state attorney's office on Friday filed a "Notice of Good Cause," which tells the court they need extra time to formally charge Curtis Wayne Wright with second-degree murder in the death of Sievers.
No less than 10 minutes after that order was filed, Wright's defense attorneys responded with a motion of their own, asking Wright to be released due to the delay.
That motion is still being considered.