(g) For all purposes other than those for which temporary custody is exercised under this arrangement, the prisoner is considered to be in the custody of the sending state and is subject to the jurisdiction of the Sending State, and any escape from temporary conservatory custody may be treated in the same way as an escape from the original place of detention or other legal means. (h) from the date on which a State party obtains custody of a prisoner in accordance with this agreement and until the time that prisoner is repatriated to the territory and custody of the State of origin, the State in which one or more inconclusive charges, information or complaints are pending or where a trial is pending, is responsible for the prisoner and also bears all transport costs. to maintain, guard and bring back the prisoner. The provisions of this paragraph apply, unless the States concerned have entered into an endorsement providing for a different distribution of costs and responsibilities between them or among themselves. It is not a question of altering or influencing any internal relationship between departments, agencies and civil servants and within the government of a party state or between a party state and its subdivisions with respect to the payment of the costs or responsibilities that are responsible for them. Three of them. Statutes – Interstate Compacts – Responsible for Liability Nothing in the Intergovernmental Agreement on Mandatory Payment Request, Let the defendant be tried within the 180-day limitation period provided by the agreement, if the trial continues against the other charges, if the statute of limitations on these charges is pure, or if the trial begins within 180 days with an indictment and the subsequent proceedings are commenced within 180 days. reasonable after the decision of the first instance. RSA 606-A:1. Each contracting state refers to an official who, together with officials from other states, sets rules and regulations for the more effective application of the provisions of this Convention and who, within or within the other, does not provide the State with the information necessary for the proper functioning of this Convention. 8. Statutes – Interstate Compacts – Detainees The fact that a delay is not characterized as “continuation” has no control over their maintenance nature for the 180-day statute of limitations of the Intergovernmental Agreement on Detainees. RSA 606-A:1.
4. Statutes – Interstate Compacts – Detained As part of an intergovernmental agreement on detainees, in which the accused asserts his right to attend a trial on more than one charge and therefore cannot be tried at the same time on other charges, the 180-day limitation period provided by the agreement will be submitted to the other counts for a second trial.