How can a person who is in jail in 1 county get transferred to another county to handle an open case?
2 attorney answers
"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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