Can I Be Extradited on a Misdemeanor Warrant?

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Most of the time a person will not be extradited for a misdemeanor warrant. However, there are ways that the law can still take the person into custody.
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Being extradited depends on what state you live in. It also is based on the limitations of the warrant. Depending on charges, some states will extradite you from another state and charge you.
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