SARASOTA COUNTY (SNN) - David Chang’s court date is in two weeks, and he still hasn’t been extradited back to Florida.

That's the man the Florida Highway Patrol says killed a young girl as she biked home from school and didn’t even stop to help her.

Chang was arrested in Jacksonville, Arkansas after the girl passed.

A notice of case action was filed on Thursday in Sarasota County.

We spoke with Matt Tympanick, founder of Tympanick Law PA.

He expects the State Attorney’s Office to seek a significant prison sentence.

"When he left the scene, he obviously knew that she was injured as evidenced by his vehicle being severely damaged and immediately go into a repair shop. By doing that, that is a consciousness of guilt, which means that the individual knew what they were doing was wrong and still tried to cover it up. No matter the judge who would hear this case, none of them are going to have any sympathy for this defendant for his actions, especially considering it led to the death of a 13-year-old girl, and he tried to cover it up and then tried to flee to escape responsibility," said Tympanick.

Chang faces up to 35 years in prison if convicted of all charges.

No agency has been able to provide SNN with a concrete date of when Chang will return to the Suncoast.

He will likely be back by his arraignment, which is scheduled for 9 a.m. on September 30th.