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If someone has a warrant issued for a parole violation in California and is picked up in Texas, how long does it take for them to be returned to California?
If California has a time limit to pick up the offender and they choose not to, what happens to the offender who is being held by Texas, and what happens to the warrant?In this situation, let's assume the following: Detainee was picked up on warrant for parole violation (no additional local charges). Parole violation was failure to register as sex offender within 10 days of offender's birthday. Offender was picked up on warrant within 10 days of violation. Offender was convicted of 288(a) in 2003, at 21 years of age, and was the first and only conviction. Offender has signed a waiver for extradition. If my understanding is correct, even though he has signed a waiver, there should be some time limit on how long the demanding state has to take custody before the asylum state decides they will not hold him anymore.