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    Will I be extradited from TN to NE for leaving the state on Un-Supervised Probation (original crime Misd.) Wouldn't it cost the state more money to bring me back than my original crime was worth? Is it possible that I end up with a large fine instead?

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    Sep 2, 2008, 12:15 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by peggysue1
    Will I be extradited from TN to NE for leaving the state on Un-Supervised Probation (original crime Misd.) Wouldnt it cost the state more money to bring me back than my original crime was worth? Is it possible that I end up with a large fine instead?


    Hard to say but a warrant can be issued for your arrest and then, yes, you can be extradited.

    And, yes, it would cost the State more money to bring you back BUT you were given probation instead of jail so that's not the way the State sees it. They promised not to put you in jail if you made certain promises, one of them being not to leave the State.

    You could end up serving your sentence plus a fine.


    EDIT: You've posted this situation twice before - last time you were thinking of going to Texas and WANTED to turn yourself in, go off probation, serve the time and be free to go. You got a number of answers to the two previous posts.

    What happened?
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    Sep 2, 2008, 03:04 PM


    A warrant will be issued, ( not a fine) now every time you are stopped, you will be detained and they will hold you while they check with the other state. If the supervisor on duty when you are caught, thinks they want to pay to have you go back. Then they will.

    Most likely no they will not, they will wait till you are back up there for something, even if it is 20 years from now.
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    Sep 2, 2008, 03:49 PM
    It's best to take care of this problem with violatin of probation before you run into some real roadblocks in your future. Such as every time you go to renew your driver's license you could be locked up AGAIN, etc. and each time you are stopped by the cops for a traffic stop you will be locked up AGAIN. Is this worth it? I don't know, I'm not you. If this is a misdemeanor probation violation, you need to go back and have this taken care of. Retain an attorney in the state where the violation is and have him hammer out some sort of resolution for you... or you will be locked up again, and again, until you do get this resolved.
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