What does it mean when a charge is held?

decided or ruled, as “the court held that the contract was valid.” See also: decision judgment ruling.

How long can a jail hold you for another county in Georgia?

A: Generally, the arresting county is going to transport the person to the original county where the FTA occurred so they can appear in court. The county can hold the person up to 30 days before they transport them. If the warrant is from out of state, the county will not extradite them unless it is a felony.

How long does another county have to pick up an inmate in California?

These arrangements are usually made between the two agencies; however, it is vital for detention personnel to also be advised of the arrangement. The other agency MUST pick-up the inmate, return him/her to the other county, within 48 hours per 825 PC. 1.

What does it mean if a case is held?

decided or ruled, as “the court held that the contract was valid.” (See: decision, ruling, judgment)

What does Held mean in court terms?

Decided or ruled
Decided or ruled, as in “the court held that the contract was valid.”

How long can you be held without bond in Georgia?

90 days
Either no bond or some amount of cash money that you can pay to be released from jail, a security that you put up. If 90 days have passed and a judge has not entered a bond in your case, then you’re entitled to a bond.

How long can you be held in jail before seeing a judge Colorado?

Police are not required to tell you what you’re being arrested for. Within 48 hours, if you have not “bonded out” you have right to be brought before a judge and advised or released.

How long can you be held without bond in Colorado?

How long can they hold you in jail without a bond in Colorado? Colorado law requires arrestees to be brought before a judge within 48-hours for the initial bond setting. Though if the arrest occurred before a weekend or holiday, it is not unusual for more than 48 hours pass before this first court appearance.

How long can a county jail hold an inmate for another county in California?

The actual time limit is 30 days.

What is a a hold?

A hold is a temporary delay in making funds available. The bank makes it so that you cannot withdraw the money or use it for payments, even though those funds appear in your account.

What does it mean when an inmate has a hold?

The only other type of “hold” that I am aware of would be a hold placed by the federal government on a state inmate for a federal crime. If that’s what it is, it means that when the inmate is released from state custody, he or she will be immediately taken into custody to face some… It’s probably an immigration hold.

What are holding costs?

A firm’s holding costs include the price of goods damaged or spoiled, as well as that of storage space, labor, and insurance. Holding costs are costs associated with storing unsold inventory. A firm’s holding costs include storage space, labor, and insurance, as well as the price of damaged or spoiled goods.

Why would a bank put a hold on a check?

A hold is put in place to protect you as much as it protects the bank. If you spend the money you received from the check but it is returned to the bank and not paid, then you will have to cover the negative balance. If the check is particularly large, or if it is from out of state, then the bank is much more likely to place a hold on it.