What's the longest police can hold you?
How long police can hold you in custody depends entirely on the circumstance. Generally, the standard time the police can hold you for is 24 hours until they will need to charge you with a criminal offence or release you. In exceptional circumstances, they can apply to hold you for longer, up to 36 or 96 hours.
After 24 hours at the police station
The police should not keep you in the station for more than 24 hours without charging you. A senior police officer of superintendent rank or above, can decide that you need to be kept in the police station for longer than 24 hours.
Any person who is arrested for a crime and who is refused bail shall, within 90 days after the date of confinement, be entitled to have the charge against him or her heard by a grand jury having jurisdiction over the accused person; provided, however, that if the person is arrested for a crime for which the death ...
In Georgia, the court has 2 years to file an accusation in a misdemeanor case and 4 years to indict a felony but once accused or indicted, the statute of limitations does not apply. Constitutional speedy demand is based on case law and the 6th amendment.
Section 5(2) gives doctors the ability to detain someone in hospital for up to 72 hours, during which time you should receive an assessment that decides if further detention under the Mental Health Act is necessary.
The police can detain you for a maximum of 24 HOURS. After that, they must bring you to court; If the police is unable to bring you to court within the 24 (or 48) hours time limit, you must be released on police BAIL except for those cases where you are suspected of having committed a capital offence.
As a general rule: If you're placed in custody, your "speedy trial" rights typically require the prosecutor to decide charges within 72 hours. Many states adhere to this 72-hour limit. Sometimes, no charges are filed, and you will be released.
The police will hold your property until all relevant matters have been dealt with. Once the letter of authorisation has been sent to you the general procedure is for them to wait 28 days for you to collect your property or for a response either by telephone or in writing.
The general rule for time limits on summary only offences is that prosecutions will be time barred if information is laid more than six months after the date of the offence.
The police can hold you for up to 24 hours before they must charge you with a crime or release you. If the police suspect you of a serious crime, such as rape or murder, they can apply to hold you for 36-96 hours. You can be held without charge for up to 14 days if you're arrested under the Terrorism Act 2000.
How long was the longest interrogation?
Signed-in readers now can bookmark stories to read later. NEW! Syracuse, NY - Syracuse police kept James Guilford in a 10'x10' room for two days with occasional breaks to use a restroom. Over 49 hours, eight Syracuse detectives working in rotating teams of two questioned him about his missing girlfriend.
Warrants of further detention - pre charge: s.
An arrested person must be charged or released within 24 hours of his arrest or arrival at the police station (section 41 PACE). This can be extended to 36 hours on authorisation of a police superintendent (section 42 PACE).
Section 60 – being stopped without reasonable grounds
Section 60 of the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 allows a police officer to stop and search a person without suspicion. You can only be stopped and searched without reasonable grounds if it has been approved by a senior police officer.