Unfortunately, the only way I know to find out for sure is through law enforcement. When warrants are entered into NCIC the entering agency notes if they will extradite, and if so within how many miles. By the time you find out it may be the hard way. You may be able to hire a lawyer to inquire for you, but there are no guarantees. You may be best off talking to a lawyer in the jurisdiction where you're wanted and see if they can work out a turn-in for you.
After representing many clients on fugitive warrants, it is my experience that states will have an agreement with adjoining states (often called an interstate extradition compact) that they will extradite for felonies. For you, this would mean MO, OK, TX, LA, MS, TN. But this is no guarantee that will extradite you on the warrant. It really boils down to whether the county you have the warrant out of wants to spend the money to send someone to go transport you back. Hard to say. Don't give us any more details on Avvo about what you have the warrant for. As was suggested by my colleague, call an attorney in the county where the warrant was issued (or your previous attorney). They may be able to help you quash the warrant or set up a date to turn yourself in.
You need to know that sooner or later, they will find you--running never works out. It is better to deal with the warrant rather than hope that they won't pick you up. They may also be able to suspend your DL because of the FTA in another state. Call an attorney. Best of luck.
While I have 21 years of legal experience, this answer is for discussion purposes only, and does not establish an attorney-client relationship.
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