Agreement On Detainers

All courts, departments, agencies and senior officials of the Commonwealth and its political subdivisions are responsible for implementing the Prisoners` Agreement and for cooperating with each other and with other States Parties in the implementation of the Agreement and the achievement of its objective. (a) where a person has served a term of imprisonment in a penitentiary or penitentiary establishment of a State Party and, during the period of deprivation of liberty, a charge, information or complaint not brought is pending in another State Party, on the basis of which a prisoner has been brought against the prisoner, he shall be seized, within one hundred and ninety days after his extradition, to the prosecutor and to the competent court of the jurisdiction of the prosecutor before which he has made known in writing the place of his detention and his request for a final decision on the indictment, information or appeal, provided that the competent court in the matter can, for good reason, be proven by the open court, the prisoner or his lawyer, grant any necessary or appropriate prosecution. The prisoner`s application must be accompanied by a certificate from the competent officer having custody of the prisoner, hence the duration of the obligation under which the prisoner is detained, the time already served, the time remaining to be served on the sentence, the amount of reasonable time saved, the period of probation of the prisoner; and any decision of the parole authority concerning the prisoner. (b) the written notification referred to in point (a) and the request for a final decision shall be transmitted or transmitted by the prisoner to the supervisor, the head of the Ministry or any other official in his custody, who, together with the certificate, shall forward it without delay to the prosecuting officer and to the competent court by registered or registered letter. I asked for a return ticket. (c) The guard, the prison officer or any other official who has custody of the prisoner shall inform him without delay of the origin and contents of a prisoner who has been deposited with him and shall also inform him of his right to submit an application for a final injunction of the accusation, information or complaint on which the prisoner relies. . . .