She is in the same county jail after getting time served for resisting w/o violence. She has been there 28 days total this county didn't notify the others I had 2. It's been 14 days since she got time served on their charge & has been waiting on extradition.
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Generally, when a prisoner is being transported between counties, the receiving county has up to 30 days to obtain the prisoner from the holding county. The clock doesn't start until the case/sentence from the holding county expires. Thus, the 30 days didn't start until after the time served plea.
If it is within the same state it is not extradition. There is not likely a time requirement, but she should have her lawyer inform the court of the situation and, if nothing else, be sure she gets credit for any time served.
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Extradition is between different STATES and different COUNTRIES. Not counties.
Concur with Attorney Fossum.
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