Here in NJ there is no specific Court Rule that pertains to this situation and in general, the Counties make the arrangements within a week or two for the transport. Obviously, all of the custody credits accrue for the time the person is in custody awaiting the transport. If there is a specific Rule or provision that pertains to this situation in Florida, one of my colleagues from Florida will hopefully comment on your inquiry. Good luck.
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There is no specific statute or criminal rule that governs how quickly they have to transport you.
Assuming there are no holds on your person in Orange County, Seminole and Orange tend to transport inmates back and forth every seven days; but I have seen it take up to a month.