Reviewed on: March 13,2021
How long can you be held in county jail ?are you sent to state after your convicted
Asked: February 21,2021
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You can be held up to two years in most county jails, but once the offender has been convicted, they serve the bulk of their sentence in state. The time spent in county is deducted from the total sentence.
Accepted Answer Date Created: February 22,2021
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