MY husband is serving time at MCJ in LA he should have been transferred over to San Bernardino County Last Wednesday but SBC never came for him since it is a 10,000 and it has been past the 72 hours that LA county is allowed to hold an inmate how can he get released or transferred?
Depends on his record. Hire an attorney to see whats going on.
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I'm sorry but there's really nothing you can do at this point. He'll be transferred soon enough or released with an outstanding warrant in San Bernardino. You might consider retaining an attorney located in San Bernardino for further assitance.
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Has he been arraigned? If so, he would have access to a Public Defender who can explain to him what is going on. Or other option is to retain private defense counsel to make sure his rights are not being violated.
You should discuss this with your husband's attorney. I can't tell from these set of facts of what is exactly transpiring here other than that your husband is serving time in LA and was to be transferred but wasn't. So now how do you get him released? Too many unknowns to provide an educated guess, so the reason to contact his attorney. Best wishes.
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