My husband is sitting in a Mo jail, held on a warrant issued out of Cal, for 'jumping' the last ninety days of parole. He says that Cal has ten working days to come and extridaite him from Cal. He also thinks that they will not do so as it is only ninety days that they can hold him and that Cal won't want to put out the money it would take to move him from MO to Cal. Does anyone know if they will or not? Has anyone had any experiences like this? Also there were no new charges added. Thank-you.
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