Katrina time
 n.— «Defense attorneys and judges have warned for months that a constitutional crisis looms on two fronts in Louisiana: prisoners denied their right to an attorney, and prisoners denied their right to a speedy trial. Prisoners call their long wait “Katrina time,” a term coined by poor people awaiting trial.» —“La. judge might free some held since storm” by Laura Parker USA Today Aug. 21, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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