Each State Party shall designate an official who, in collaboration with similar officials of other States Parties, shall adopt rules and rules to comply more effectively with the provisions of this Convention and shall provide, within and outside the State, the information necessary for the effective implementation of this Agreement. (a) following a request made in accordance with Article III or Article IV of this Regulation, the competent authority of a sending State shall propose that that prisoner be remanded in custody by the competent authority of the State where such a charge, investigation or complaint is pending against that person, in order to allow for prompt and effective prosecution. Where the request for a final decision is submitted by the prisoner, the offer of temporary detention shall be attached to the written notification referred to in Article III of this Agreement. In the case of a federal prisoner, the competent authority of the host State shall be entitled to temporary detention under this Agreement or to the presence of the prisoner in federal custody at the processor, depending on the deprivation of liberty agreement that may be approved by the legal guardian. (b) An official or other representative of a State who accepts an offer of temporary custody shall, upon request, present the following: this Agreement shall be interpreted in such a way that its objectives are fulfilled. The provisions of this Agreement are severable and, where a phrase, clause, phrase or provision of this Agreement is declared invalid, is contrary to the Constitution of a Contracting State or of the United States, or its application to any government, authority, person or circumstance is invalidated, the validity of the remainder of this Agreement and its applicability to a government shall be invalidated. It does not affect the agency, the person or the circumstances. If this Agreement is considered to be contrary to the Constitution of a State Party, the Agreement shall remain in full force and effective for the other States and fully in force and effective in all separable matters. The agreement also provides that when a prisoner applies for an order in a case for which a prisoner has been filed, it is a request for a decision on all matters for which prisoners have been filed by the same „[S]tate“. Article III(d) In this context, the different federal districts have been separately designated as `[S]tates`.
See United States v. Bryant, 612 F.2d 806 (4th Cir. 1979), certificate refused, 446 U.p. 920 (1980). Prosecution of other charges that have not been the subject of any prisoner is not permitted by the agreement unless they result from the same transaction. (Article V(d)) ] It is not clear whether the examination of the latter is compulsory. (c) the competent authority refuses or does not accept the temporary detention of that person or is not the subject of legal proceedings for the indictment, information or complaint on the basis of which the detention was lodged within the time limit laid down in Article III or Article IV, depending on the competent court of the court where the indictment was filed; Pending information or complaints must be taken in an order that rejects them by prejudice, and any prisoner who is justified in it no longer has any force or effect. . .