Usually within 72 hours between these two jurisdictions. However there's no set time period.
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If she is being held without bond on the Brevard county warrant, Polk will notify them when she is able to be released. They should come get her within 30 days, probably sooner.
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Both prior answers could be true. But they will never tell her or you because it is a security risk.
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