Can or will a state come into the state of my residency and arrest me for not going to court on a DUI?

Asked on November 11, 2013 under Criminal Law, Kentucky

Answers:

Maury Beaulier / MinnesotaLawyers.com

Answered 7 years ago | Contributor

The State where you failed to appear would issue a warrant for your arrest.  If you are ever stopped for any reason including a traffic icket, the warrant would come up and you would be taken into custody pending a determination by the issuing state whether they would extradite on the charge.  


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