Charges against a man who had once been accused of stalking Madonna have been reinstated by a New York judge.
In March, charges of weapon possession and resisting arrest against Robert Linhart were dismissed after it was ruled that a speedy-trial deadline for the case had passed.
However, TMZ.com reports a judge this week determined that the time frame for the deadline had been miscalculated, so the charges were reinstated. Prosecutors have about two weeks to pursue a trial.
Linhart was arrested in September of 2010 for displaying signs outside Madonna's Manhattan apartment professing his love for her. He allegedly had a knife and an ice pick in his truck at the time.
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