how long do you have before you are takin in front of a judge to get a hereing for exterditiona

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how long do you have before you are takin in front of a judge to get a hereing for exterditiona

Asked on May 13, 2009 under Criminal Law, West Virginia


MD, Member, California Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 13 years ago | Contributor

I think you asked how long you have until you are taken in front of a judge for extradition? It depends.  It depends on your interstate compact (where you are going from where you are); if there is transport availability, if the other state is charging you, if you have other charges where you are, if this is based on an outstanding warrant and you were caught or surrendered, if the hearing was postponed. 

Are you being extradited to West Virginia or from West Virignia? Try these statutes in West Virignia and then either speak to your public defender or if you can afford private counsel or simply want to consult with private counsel, try or the West Virginia State Bar:


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