(a) Detainers shall be disposed of in the order in which they are placed with the
secretary of corrections, except in the case of an inmate with detainers from multiple
jurisdictions, the district or county attorneys in such jurisdictions may agree to
a different order of disposition. The secretary of corrections shall allow transportation of the inmate for the purpose
of disposing of detainers.
(b)(1) Following the receipt of the certificate by the court and county attorney from
the secretary of corrections, the indictment, information or complaint shall be brought
to trial, or the motion to revoke probation shall be brought for a hearing:
(A) If the inmate has one detainer, within 180 days;
(B) if the inmate has detainers from multiple jurisdictions, the first detainer shall
be brought within 180 days and each subsequent detainer shall be brought within 180
days after return of the inmate to the secretary or transportation of the inmate to
the jurisdiction following disposition of a previous detainer; or
(C) within such additional time as the court for good cause shown in open court may
(2) The requirements of paragraph (1) shall not apply to any time during which a continuance
or delay has been requested or agreed to by the inmate or the inmate's attorney.
(3) The requirements of paragraph (1) shall not apply to any time during which a motion
to determine competency of the inmate is pending or any time during which an inmate
is determined to be incompetent to stand trial.
(4) If, after receipt of such certificate, the indictment, information or complaint
is not brought to trial within the time period specified in this subsection, or the
motion to revoke probation is not brought for a hearing within that period, no court
of this state shall any longer have jurisdiction thereof, nor shall the untried indictment,
information, motion to revoke probation or complaint be of any further force or effect,
and the court shall dismiss it with prejudice.
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