FL lawyers cannot tell you what any other State will or will not do.
What I can tell you is that you probably can't dodge your warrant forever, it's better to deal with it walking into the courtroom on your terms (rather than in shackles) and you are gonna be looking over your shoulder (and jeopardizing your child) every moment that the warrant remains open.
Wishing you good judgment, luck and hoping that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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I do not know why you think that this case is not extraditable from Florida. Anytime utah can obtain an extradition warrant and make it valid. You would need to contact a lawyer in the state of Montana to find out if Montana will extradite from Utah. Good luck
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