Technically probably yes, but the Justice Department is not going to expend the resources involved in extraditing you from another country for such a small offense. The specifics are governed by the extradition treaty between our two countries, of which I am not familiar. However, the justice department is not going to pay its lawyers to fight to extradite you and then pay the US marshals to have you transported back in custody.
You would have to ask a lawyer from the Philippines what their extradition laws are with the U.S. An active warrant, regardless of seriousness could get you deported. Instead, you may want to think about the rest of your life, and running away from this. Instead, investing some money into a good DUI defense attorney may be well worth the rest of your life. Our firm handles Ag DUI charges in Polson. Why don't you give us a call for a free consultation to see if we can help you.
licensed attorney in Montana. Your specific state laws may be different.
So, you think you can move to the Phillipines and start a business and not have to face the criminal charges? You should face the charges, not think of fleeing to avoid them. Get counsel.
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