If you are on probation or in collection court, a warrant can be issued for non payment. Yes you can be extradited from another state. I would suggest you pay the fine.
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Yes, the court can issue a bench warrant if you failed to appear at a show cause date scheduled for the payment of fines and court costs. If the charge was a felony, and a warrant is issued and listed on the national NCIC database, if you are pulled over out of state, you could get locked up. Pay the fines and costs, get an attorney to represent you and get the warrant set aside/recalled ASAP.
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I agree with Mr. Umansky. If you were placed or probation or some sort of program, where the Court is monitoring the payment of your fines, a warrant can be issued for the nonpayment of your fines.
You could absolutely be extradited back to Florida.
I recommend you contact a criminal defense attorney immediately to begin negotiating with the State Attorney's Office. A criminal defense attorney can also begin advising you of your options if you are arrested under the warrant including options to get out on bond, local bondsmen, etc. Good luck with your charges.
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