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expedite

(ĕk′spĕ-dīt″) [L. expeditus, unencumbered]
To facilitate or speed up any process, e.g., to review and publish the results of important research rapidly.
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"Those who arrived Monday, all adults, were able to get here quickly thanks to "conditions that made those (visas) much easier to expedite," Fillmore said adding that up to five more family members could come later.
Moreover, the same rules that expedite consideration of this somewhat disparate class of cases provide no opportunity for expedited consideration of the hundreds of other cases, including the cases of criminal defendants, even those serving a short sentence that will likely expire before the appellate court issues an opinion.
Part II offers suggestions for improvement: If Indiana is serious about expediting appeals involving children, the rules could easily be changed to expedite record preparation and briefing.
Some of the processes to expedite case resolution hold promise, but their current form has been limiting their reception.

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