After I have waived my extradition in front of a judge, how will I be notified of the demanding states decision to accept or deny the extradition? I am currently pending charges here for a misdemeanor, but if the demanding state denies extradition, I would like to go up for a bond hearing. Just curious as to how the process works.
The demanding state will somehow be contacting the authorities in the state you are in and making arrangements for transporting you. It takes a while for this. But if you are just curious about this, get to a law library and start reading up on extradition. There is plenty to read.
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Eventually, the authorities holding you will tell you whether or not you are going to be extradited. They have a lot of time to make this decision, at least 30 days in most places.
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Usually, once you waive, the court sets a review date. That way the authorities know that the court is monitoring what's going on. There's not a specific date, and some are quicker than others. I imagine you were appointed an attorney to review your extradition rights. Reach out to him or her to make a call.
Best of luck.
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