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Will law enforcement come to your house to get you is you have a bench warrant in another state for a felony?
Felony is for forgery in the state of Nevada (205.090). Just trying to figure out if my son's father will be headed to prison. I have wanted to move out of state for a while now and I have only stayed because my ex is a great father. However, if he is going to prison for 4 years (which is the sentence that was previously suspended.) Then, I will make the preparations to move out of state. He is in Arizona now. I know that typically a person would be arrested for warrants resulting from traffic violations and minor infractions, but this is a felony and I want to know if it is likely that Nevada will come and get him.



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Aaron K
hells yeah they will come and get you

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Lenora S
yes they will send the state police up here to find him

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Jerry M
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yes. they will come get him and you never know when it will happen.

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baby girl 101
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well they very well could and may come and get him if thats the case then i would go ahead and move

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James Boroznoff
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Yes, he can be arrested in another state.

What might surprise you is that it was a felony, so the FBI may arrest him instead of a state trooper.

IF in fact a state trooper was arresting him, he/she would need permission to enter a foreign state, or he would contact the suspected state the suspect is in.

The FBI ont the other hand, may arrest anybody in the UNited States. Since it is a felony, I would expect the FBI to make the arrest.

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mattystolz
Nevada can not come and get him. If he is in Arizona the only way he will get jailed is if he:

1. Commits a crime in Arizona, gets booked, and then his priors will be found from other states.
2. Has current warrants or marks on his record in Arizona and is simply pulled over or somehow gets his info ran by a cop.

Most of it will be jail time, he wont see a prison for forgery in Nevada. Nevada has some strict, wack *** laws which has resulted in an overburdened prison system. His crime wasn't violent so it is not worth the money to imprison him.

He has to get his sh** together though if he has a kid.

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gargoyle
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From personal experience: They wont seek him out, they will wait for him to make a mistake. If he gets pulled over for a simple traffic stop, he's screwed.Happened to me. Now a friend of mine in Conn. has warrants in Cal from 1991 for Ag. assult. He's been pulled over 4 or 5 times, each time the warrant shows up, he's detained, they call Cali. Cali. says they arent coming that far to get him and he's released. They said If he crosses old Miss. and gets pulled over, he's toast

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Jade
Yeah. They will call the officials of whatever state you are in and they will get authorization and a warrant to come get him. Sorry =[

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Adella M.M
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this is a tricky question, I would suggest that you call the Nevada Court House and ask to talk to someone who can give you the right answer. dont worry about why someone who seems like a good father can also be a fugitive from the law.the one most important thing that you should focus on is staying close to your family so that your child will know that they are loved by aunts,uncles,cousins,and grands. I'm sure that you can be the best role model that you know how to be.!

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Radar4925
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It depends if the jurisdiction in which the warrant originated wants to pay the costs of extradition. Sometimes its just not worth it. Moreover, forgery, being a non-violent offense, the chances of being extradited are very slim. He is more likely to get picked up on the warrant if he is stopped by police and the jurisdiction in Nevada has entered him into the NCIC system as wanted...then he may be extradited. Then again, he may be arrested as a fugitive and they decline extradition and let him go. As far as police showing up at your house for a forgery in another state...from personal experience in law enforcement...I doubt it. But I cannot guarantee it.

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John
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The only way they will come out of their jurisdiction to apprehend your husband is if they have substantial evidence of his location and whereabouts.

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EnglishDenis
He had better not answer the door

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remowlms
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Given how busy most agencies are, it is unlikely that they will go out of their way to find him and pick him up. However, if he is stopped for a traffic violation or his name run through the system in some other way, he will be arrested and Nevada will have him extradited back to serve his prison term.

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Nightrider
You raise some other questions here. Is he legally out of his home state or did he move to escape prosecution? If that is so, he is also now considered a fugitive from justice with fleeing and eluding. If your local law enforcement gets his address is requested by Nevada to arrest him, one trip will be made to his listed residence and after that a BOLO (Be On Look Out) will be issued. At that point, the computer will red tag his name and if he is ever stopped for anything ( traffic ticket, etc.), he will be arrested on the spot. The issuing state has 72 hours to let Arizona know if they will pick him or extradite.

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Heather Honey
bench warrants can only be exercised if you are pulled-over or arrested for another matter. they cannot come to your house for a bench warrant. now a regular warrant is a different matter. if he has a warrant out for him for a felony matter, i doubt it's just a bench warrant......the clerk's office for the county he is wanted in may be able to tell you if he has a bench warrant as opposed to a regular warrant.

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Mordi
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more than likely --- YES.
For minor insidences i would probably shrug it off and tell him just to stay out of Nevada again -- but even with minor things like that, if they avoid it for too long they will come and get him, so with a *felony* especially one like forgery -- I'd say start getting yourself together to move.

He may be a great father, but he's gotta pay for his mistakes and you shouldnt hold yourself or your son back just to hold on to that dream -- if he is a great father now, then hopefully he will learn from this and be an even better father and person in general when he gets out and make the effort to be that great dad even after you move.

additional note:: to the 5 years legal secretary -- it may be different from state to state, but I have witnessed and even had friends be picked up at home for *bench* warrants, not solely being pulled over or served on another matter, so it is highly likely that they will come after him, especially it being a felony. I'd say get prepared, it will more than likely happen.

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JA in SC
Well, they have to be extradited to Nevada which is something that could always happen. Unfortunately it might not happen for a decade or it could happen next week.

Hope that helps in your decision, but to me if it is worth staying where you are because of the ex, then I don't think anything has changed in that situation until they come to get him.

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Sir Poops-A-Lot
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yes... AZ will know about his warrants, and for most felonies Nevada will have him extradited

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Kevy
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The state will not actively seek his arrest, BUT if he is involved in anything where his name is taken by peace officer, the record will show from NCIC and he will be detained until the originating agency decides what to do with him.

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TeCh N9ne
well since its a felony its a state crime! therefore if any felony warrents are issued all the cops arrest you on site! they will try to find you even if you move to another state but most likely on his ID and license it would say that he has a warrent if they punch in his license #! and he cant get a new one! basically he is just stuck!

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*****
You bet if they know where you are, they will come for you.

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J.R.
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Depends on many factors. Most likely he will be pulled over for speeding and they will get him that way. If you are worried about the Police kicking the door down, I wouldn't.

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seeitmiway32
If it's a federal charge, then yes.
If it's a state charge, it depends upon extradition agreements in the two states.

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Freethinker
For a felony? You bet your ***.

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G is for Grover
i don't know if they will, but they certainly should!!

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A blank!
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Yes they will extradite you for a felony and can use a no knock warrant and charge the people you are staying with with housing a fugitive another felony.

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topher5984
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You bet your *** they will

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james F
they will not actively search for him but if he gets in any trouble it will come up when they run his name

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crazzijimsmith
if he is picked up for anything ticket, misdemeamor, or even a traffic stop the active warrant will show up and he will be arrested. but they do not actively seek out non violent offenses. if he was in nevada now they do actively seek out in state felony warrants

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lpdhcdh
It will depend. When a warrant is issued, the type of extradition is listed. Many traffic infractions are county only, most felonies are state-wide, and some felonies are nationwide extradition.

So it will depend on whether the warrant is extraditionable from Arizona to Nevada. If so, do the authorities in Nevada know where he is? If they do, expect for a knock on the door. Police Departments have whole teams dedicated to catching wanted felons...

Sooner or later your ex will have to take care of this...

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