My husband was arrested on 02/08/2018 on 3 out of county warrants for VOP. 2 are misdemeanors and 1 is a felony which may be dropped in the future, hopefully. Are there any self filing forms I can file to expedite the process? Can he be released after a certain amount of days to turn himself in Monroe County?
There is no set in stone time frame for extradition and intrastate (county to county) extradition varies from jurisdiction to jurisdiction.
The closest that you are going to come to getting a competent answer is to call the shift commander at the facility where he is being held (awaiting extradition) and ask how long they will hold him (what is there time frame / policy) awaiting transport. It could be a week or a month. I can't say, but the shift commander can (and hopefully will).
If you call the jail then I strongly urge you to follow the rule of the 3 "p"'s (be patient, pleasant and polite) you will be surprised at just how knowledgeable and helpful s/he can be.
You can also hire a lawyer in the county that is seeking him (in this case Monroe) to attempt to negotiate terms of release with the prosecutor and or the Court, but that may not be successful. Please note that this is not to suggest that he / you should not try, in fact you should try if you can afford to do so, so I encourage you to consider hiring counsel in the county that issued the warrant (again, Monroe) asap . Even if you cannot get a bond you may be able to expedite transportation and, if not, then you can still get a head start on dealing with the underlying case.
Wishing you luck and hoping that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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