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Yes, with the assistance of that county’s sheriff’s office or department. Another option is if a magistrate from the other county countersigns the warrant.
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Service of warrant is dependant on the ability of law enforcement to locate the defendant. Usually defendants move several times without leaving a forwarding address, thus prolonging the time it takes to locate them and serve the warrant.
The judicial system requires that after incarceration a defendant must appear before a judge to hear their charges in 24 hours.
There is no limitation. Extradition is determined based on the type of warrant and charges for individual.