How long can they hold you on a detainer? A detainer requests that a person be held by a law enforcement agency for up to 48 hours beyond the time when they would otherwise be released (e.g., because charges were dropped, the person was released on bail or their own recognizance, the person was acquitted, or the person completed a jail or prison sentence).
However, traveling through an airport with an outstanding warrant will always carry a risk that you could be arrested. How long can a jail hold you on a warrant from another county in Ohio? They can hold him for 10 days before they have to have a preliminary hearing and at least set bond.
Sentencing can include jail or prison time up to the maximum allowed by law for the charge you were originally placed on probation for. That means if you are on probation for third-degree felony possession of cocaine, you face up to five (5) years in prison for violating the rules of your probation.
If the writ for habeas corpus is unsuccessful, the arresting state must hold onto the fugitive for the demanding state, who has 30 days to retrieve the fugitive. If the demanding state does not retrieve the fugitive in 30 days, the arresting state can.
How long can Los Angeles County Jail hold you on an out of county warrant? My understanding is that they have 90 days to either have you picked up or have to release you to your own recognizance. A bench warrant is a transcribed order supplied by a judge sanctioning the arrest of a person charged with some violation, criminality or misdemeanor.