why would the county keep a person in the county jail for over a year and haven't taken that person to court yet?
1 Answer from Attorneys
There is no legal basis for keeping a person in jail for over over one year without being present before a judge. If your story is true, may be the paper work on the person is missing. Call my office (713.541.3500 or any other Criminal Attorney for additional help, with the name of the person, the date of birth and the jail where the person is being held.
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