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In some situations, the initial appearance or arraignment is combined with a hearing called a “probable cause” hearing, held when the arrest was accomplished without a warrant (a warrant for an arrest must, by definition, be supported by probable cause). Here, the court determines whether there is sufficient evidence to hold the arrestee. In order to hold you for longer than 72 hours (not including weekends or holidays), the prosecuting attorney’s office must file criminal charges. They have up to 72 hours to file charges on people detained in jail by the police | judge, or a person must be released. View our Inmate Locator. Best viewed in Internet Explorer 9+, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or other modern web browsers. The Inmate Locator is compatible with iPhone, Android, and Windows Phone devices.
That’s a matter of state law. It’s often been held that the 72 hour clock doesn’t start until a patient arrives in the psych unit for evaluation (so not counting time spent in the ER or during transport), unless the time spent in the ER was excess... By 72 hours, I assume you mean the 72 hours you can be held before you have the right to be seen before a magistrate. In my state, and I can only assume all states, this is from the time of arrest written down by the arresting officer. This is usually the time you are officially placed under arrest by a police officer.