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Old 01-14-2007, 09:51 PM
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Default Detainer question

Hi everybody--quick question I hope somebody can help me with! I think I asked about this awhile ago, but didn't get much response. My fiance just asked about this tonight, and so I thought I'd see if someone here might know. He asked about the detainer section on his doc site, and after I read it to him he got very concerned as to why there are 2 different detainers. I told him I figured both just meant that the DOC had to notify probation and parole when he was released, so supervision could begin immediately......but why would there be 2 detainers? I copy and pasted the section from his thing below. He's worried there might be charges against him that he doesn't know about or that they're going to detain him when he finishes his prison sentence

Does anybody on here have experience with or know much about detainers??


DetainerDate---Agency---Type
03/06/1995---NTFY 100 BARTOW P&P---NTFY/P&P
12/08/1993---100-BARTOW P&P---NTFY/P&P
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Hi just trying to answer your question....

Detainer could be many things, but usally means charges are

pending. Which means they can detain him when he is done with his

sentence. Also sometimes the state is just very slow with clearing

them, and lettting DOC know about it..

I would suggest to you that you call the states attorneys office

in the state that the detainers are ( 0r the county ) and see if there

are any out standing warrants for him.

Try to get any and all cleared up before he is released because its

a sad thing when they have done all their time, and the law is

waiting out side the gates to come and get him and take him back to

jail.... I would start in the county where the detainers are and see

what you can find out. IF the detainers are no longer in effect,

demand that they let Tallassesse DOC know this...

ITs a job but well worth it in the end....

My hubby has a detainer on him and we are trying to fight the

county so that he can come home and doesnt have to deal with

all the bull....

Good Luck and GOD's Blessings to you both!!!

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Old 01-15-2007, 05:43 AM
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Default Once again....

I hate to sound mean, because it is not meant that way. When you put "usa" on your profile, it limits us that have the answers to a) not answering at all, or; b) giving generic answers. Please give as much info as you can. It assists us in ways you can't imagine.

I am going to assume that the detainers are from California, based on the city you left. I am also going to assume that your loved one is incarcerated in another state. This being so, google "Interstate Agreement on Detainers California" and you will find where the statute is codified in CA state law. This will provide you with the remedy that you are seeking.

I hope that I have been of some small service.
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Old 01-15-2007, 02:03 PM
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Thank you for the replies.

GottheTshirt--I posted it in the Florida forum, so I assumed everybody would know I was talking about Florida.

Tina--I was looking at other people's things on the DOC site, and some actually say "DETAIN" under the "type", rather than NTFY. I am still crossing my fingers that all it really is is notify P&P that he's getting out, so they can start his supervision. I did email both the DOC and Bartow P&P, and hopefully will hear from them this week. Would the FL state attorney's office be able to tell me if there are any pending charges/warrants for him in the entire state, or just in one county?

Thanks for all of your help,
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Old 01-16-2007, 07:02 AM
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Default Sorry....

Beggin' yer pardon...I din't notice the Florida posting. My own stupidity or surfin' fever. Didn't realize where I was at.

I have penned more than one missive on detainers/extradition. One tonight, in fact. Oops, morning now.

Hard to say in Florida. I have no direct experience, but it seems to me that it depends on the county as to how serious they are. If you get stuck, or find out something specific, PM me.

I'm sometimes slow to respond, but if you give me at least 48 hours, I'll usually have something.

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Old 01-16-2007, 07:20 AM
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Its a Notify note. Don't sweat it. Just means he has back-end probation in Polk when he gets released. There are two of them because he probably violated two probation terms.
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Default Alright...

Good lookin' out Luke Newman. Never would have figured that out without your help. Thanks. I was watching.
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