Your friend should hire a lawyer in Los Angeles to go to court with the judge that issued the warrant and request the warrant to be recalled, a new date set for your friend to appear in court and/or violation of probation. $100,000 warrant is not for violation of probation or parole as those usually do not have a bail amount but they have a hold. Once the warrant is recalled, your friend will be released and the case can be handled in Los Angeles. Attorneys cannot appear in felony cases without the clients.
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There is more to this story than perhaps your friend is telling you. The right to be arraigned within 48 hours does not apply on a probation violation, as there is no arraignment. Let LA County pick him up tomorrow and he can then see the judge who placed him on probation in LA. There is more to this story if bail is $100,000.
I agree with Mr. Hill. There is something else going on. Your friend needs to contact counsel. Many attorneys here on Avvo provide a free consultation.