Good question. I do not think the clerk will accept the filing when there is a warrant. Why not have the warrant recalled, apply for an interstate transfer and then file the motion?
It's not entirely clear to me what you want to file a writ of error corram nobis for. But, if it is to recall the warrant, I agree with Mr. Hill that the court is not likely to accept it.
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There is no basis stated for an error coram nobis filing.
Try speaking to an attorney [many offer free initial consultations or call the local bar association for an in expensive referral]
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