My fiancee was arrested, i bonded him out 1 of his charges carries 15 years prr.while out on bond he reoffended not only in this county but another.he was arrested in 1 county and yep i bonded him out only to find out he was going to have his bond revoked.so hes in jail now,has a calendar call for 1 case and has been to court on the other(in the same county) but not the open case.what needs to happen so that case can be taken care of before he goes to prison as well.he told his public defender about it already but nothing has happened yet.he doesnt want to go to prison with an open case. He wants to be serving time on all charges.
"He wants"... that's nice.
He's not likely to get what he wants.
The only shot that he has at effecting this is if he has a lawyer in County B who can secure a transport order or file a speedy demand (the former is possible the latter is dangerous).
That said, County A will keep him until they are done with him and then, if there is a detainer, he will be transferred to County B... and all of this will happen on the system's time and schedule.
Wishing you luck and hoping that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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Usually the person is taken. If not he can seek a transfer. If not successful hire an attorney
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