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FUGITIVE RIGHTS

MARICOPA COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT


INITIAL APPEARANCE FOR FUGITIVE
True full name of fugitive: KRYSTAL WHIPPLE
You have been arrested as a result of an outstanding warrant for your arrest issued by the County of CLARK in the demanding State of Nevada. For the criminal
offense(s) of:
HOMICIDE

The demanding State has asked that you be returned to that State to answer criminal charges which are pending there.

You have been brought before this Court to determine whether you should be committed to jail as a Fugitive of Justice and enable the demanding State to start
extradition proceedings.

You have the right to be represented by an Attorney of your own choosing and at your own expense. Since extradition is a civil matter, and has no bearing as to
your guilt or innocence on the criminal charges, the court does not appoint an Attorney to represent you.

You have the right to test the legality of your incarceration in this State by filing a petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus in the Superior Court of Arizona. Again, you
may hire a lawyer at your own expense to assist you in filing the writ, but the Court does not appoint an Attorney for you.

You have the right, before you are returned to the demanding State, to require the Governor of this State to issue a warrant of extradition, which will result in your
being returned to the demanding State where criminal charges are pending (A.R.S. 13-3847) (A.R.S. 13-3848).

The Arizona Governor has (90) days from THE DATE OF YOUR ARREST to issue the extradition warrant.

If the Court determines there is probable cause to believe you are a Fugitive of Justice, a Fugitive Complaint and Warrant will be issued pursuant to A.R.S. 13-
3885. Upon issuance of a Fugitive Complaint and Warrant, this Court may commit you to custody for an initial period of 30 days which may be extended for an
additional 60 days in order to allow the issuance of the Arizona Governor’s warrant pursuant to A.R.S. 13-3855 and 13-3857. The 90th day will be noted on the
Fugitive Complaint. If a Governor’s warrant has not been issued by the 90th day, the Court will hold a hearing regarding your retention or your release as a
Fugitive.

You have the right to bail in these proceedings while awaiting the issuance of the warrant by the Arizona Governor unless the offense charges commission of a
capital offense where proof is evident or the presumption of guilt is great, or if you have previously executed a signed Waiver of Extradition or Execute a Waiver
now.

If you cannot post bail, then you will be kept in custody until the Governor’s warrant is issued. If you are released on bail, you will be rearrested when the
Governor issues the warrant. You must also make all Court appearances as required by the Court.

Upon issuance of the Governor’s warrant, your right to bail will be lost. At that time you may wish to challenge extradition by filing a Writ of Habeas Corpus.
You have the right to test the legality of your confinement in this State by filing a Writ of Habeas Corpus in the Superior Court. If filed, then the Court will set the
matter for a hearing as provided by A.R.S. 13-3850.

IF THERE ARE ARIZONA CRIMINAL CHARGES PENDING, YOUR EXTRADITION WILL NOT BE COMPLETED UNTIL THE DISPOSITION
OF THE ARIZONA CRIMINAL CHARGES. THIS IS TRUE EVEN IF YOU PREVIOUSLY EXECUTED A WAIVER OF EXTRADITION OR
CHOOSE TO EXECUTE A WAIVER NOW OR IN THE FUTURE, OR THE ARIZONA GOVERNOR’S WARRANT HAS ISSUED.

PRESIGNED WAIVER: If, during the extradition proceedings, the demanding State provides the Court with a signed Waiver previously executed by you, the
Court will order your transfer to the demanding State if no Arizona criminal charges are pending.

If the Court is made aware of a previously signed Waiver of Extradition, the Court will commit you to custody of the Maricopa County Sheriff pursuant to A.R.S.
13-3805.01. If no local criminal charges are pending, the Court will order your transfer to the demanding State. IF LOCAL CRIMINAL CHARGES ARE
PENDING YOU WILL REMAIN IN CUSTODY WITHOUT BAIL UNTIL THE LOCAL CRIMINAL CHARGES ARE DISPOSED OF WHICH INCLUDES
CONFINEMENT IN JAIL OR PRISON. After the disposition of any local criminal charges your transfer to the demanding State will be effected.

WAIVER OF EXTRADITION: You may bypass the formal extradition proceedings by signing a Waiver of Extradition. If you sign a Waiver, it will hasten
your transfer to the demanding State if no Arizona criminal charges are pending. The Waiver itself is not an admission of guilt. It means that you do not wish to
contest your return to the above State. If you sign the Waiver, you will be held in custody without bond. IF YOU SIGN THE WAIVER AND LOCAL
CRIMINAL CHARGES ARE PENDING OR FILED AFTER YOU SIGN THE WAIVER, YOU WILL BE HELD IN CUSTODY WITHOUT BOND UNTIL
THE LOCAL CRIMINAL CHARGES ARE DISPOSED OF.

If no criminal charges are involved and you have signed a Waiver and your transfer has not been effected within 30 days from the date you signed the Waiver, the
Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office shall request an immediate hearing on the matter. You have a right to request an immediate hearing by way of Writ of Habeas
Corpus if the 30 days expires and your transfer has not taken place. At the hearing the Court will decide the matter and make whatever orders are appropriate
according to law.

01/12/2019
Date
KRYSTAL WHIPPLE

3899-112R1-99