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    matty14 is offline Junior Member
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    Oregon extradition?

    }Oregon to Hawaii,Califorinia,Or,Nevada?{
    I have A friend that was convicted on a drug charge He got six years probation and four year suspended sentence in OSP. The kid got his probation took because he did not get a 3.o in school(college) he did not go back for sentencing. will they come look for him in another state like Nevada or Califorinia or Hawaii?
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    Quote Originally Posted by matty14
    }Oregon to Hawaii,Califorinia,Or,Nevada?{
    I have A friend that was convicted on a drug charge He got six years probation and four year suspended sentence in OSP. The kid got his probation took because he did not get a 3.o in school(college) he did not go back for sentencing. will they come look for him in another state like Nevada or Califorinia or Hawaii?
    If a warrant is issued for him, those states WILL arrest and hold him for extradition if Oregon wants him.

    He can't hide across the border.

    Plus, having a warrant will make him ineligible for public assistance, student loans, and many jobs. It's a fun time being a fugitive.

    - Carl
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    seniorjudge Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by matty14
    }Oregon to Hawaii,Califorinia,Or,Nevada?{
    I have A friend that was convicted on a drug charge He got six years probation and four year suspended sentence in OSP. The kid got his probation took because he did not get a 3.o in school(college) he did not go back for sentencing. will they come look for him in another state like Nevada or Califorinia or Hawaii?
    Your friend needs to surrender. He has already indicated that he does not intend to co-operate, so it's best for him to go back to Oregon and get it over with. It will save him a lot of time and money if he voluntarily surrenders. The time he is waiting in the clink in another state may not count off on his time to be served. Your friend made the choice to go back to jail; tell him it's time to 'fess up and do the time.

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