Under the laws on extradition, the issuing agency has a reasonable time to come to pick up the subject and unless extradition is waived there would be a court hearing where the sufficiency of the warrants would have to be proved (not the sufficiency of the charges). How this process works is that the DA in the jurisdiction where the warrants were issued will review the case to determine if they want to prosecute and pay for extradition. If they decide they want to prosecute they must make a request to the Governor of GA who has to review the case and if the governor's office decides the case is worthy of extradition, they make a request to the Governor of MI who reviews the request and determines if it is sufficient and then approves it and refers it to the MI court to issue the extradition based upon the governor's order. As you can see because of the steps involved this process can take sometimes 8-10 months.
As far as an attorney, you can hire him an attorney to make a motion to the court in MI for his release and seek to move the process forward. However, there is no right to appointment of counsel until a hearing is held before the judge.
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