Q: Is it legal to be arrested for the same warrant you were just released from jail for for failure to expedite?
I was told that even if you are arrested on a warrant in a different county & sit in jail for the max days they can hold you before being released, for failure to expedite you to the county with the warrant, they are still legally allowed to pick you up right after being released for that same active warrant. I'm not understanding how this is legal? How can they pick you up and release you over and over for the same warrant when the county it is in has made it clear they aren't going to spend the money to come get you?
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