If he was arrested in New York on a Maryland warrant the Judge here likely remanded him with no bail. He has the option to waive extradition or fight it. If he fights Maryland has 90 days (I believe it is 90) to get a Governor's warrant and then he will be extradicted.
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I agree with the prior responder with an addition. Your husband shoould consult with a criminal defense lawyer from MD to assist him in dealing with the underlying charges.
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