If there is a bond set then you can pay his bond in Kentucky, otherwise, you either have to get the KY court to set a bond which you would then have to pay in Kentucky, and/ or set aside the warrant to stop the extradition from Florida. Something this complicated would probably require advice from an attorney.
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What county in Florida? It usually costs a lot to transport from FL to KY. We're there any Florida charges? How did they pick him up? Any other charges in KY? I'm licensed in both states.
You need to consult with an attorney.
Hire a criminal defense attorney in the KY county where the warrant was issued. Counsel will redocket the case and pay the arrears ( after you paid counsel and the arrears) on the defendant's behalf and get the warrant recalled and contact FL with an order to release the defendant, if the KY judge will do so.
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