How Long Do You Have to See a Judge after You Are Arrested?

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The time it takes for you to see a judge after you been arrested, depends on what your charge is. If it is just a misdemeanor you would wait 24-48 hours, otherwise they could hold you up to 72 hours if you did a more serious type crime.
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