How Long Between Arrest and Arraignment?

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Generally speaking the time a person is in jail from arrest to arraignment is about twenty four hours. That of course may vary due to weekends and holidays etc.
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Preliminary arraignment usually occurs within seventy two hours after the arrest was made. However, this can vary depending on the crime accused or committed.
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in the criminal procedure law book it says they have 72 hours.
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It is usually a court that conducts the arraignment of person
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It depends on what state your from. Your arraignment is your initial appearance in court. If he posted bond, it was probably a misdemeanor, and he will be arraigned at the next court
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Your question touches on a number of issues. First, the State must file charges before the expiration of the statute of limitations (generally two years for gross misdemeanors and
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