I want my 28 year old to come live with permanently. He would move from Kansas to Texas.
If a warrant issues as a result of the domestic violence in Kansas, it is enforceable anywhere in the United States, and the arrest can be effected in Texas.
In general, Mr. Wooldridge is absolutely correct. However, without knowing exactly what a "domestic violence report" is, it is hard to determine whether it would follow him on his move from Kansas to Texas. If you mean an assault charge involving domestic violence that is still pending, then yes, it will follow him and should be cleared up in Kansas before moving. If it is a protective order, then it will also follow him wherever he goes. If someone made an assault charge against your son, which involved domestic violence, then that may generate a warrant, which, as Mr. Wooldridge has already pointed out, will follow him wherever he goes. Best to take care of this business before any move to Texas, as moving to Texas, will not stop the process that is already ongoing in Kansas, if there is, in fact, a charge being considered. Best of Luck and hire a Kansas lawyer to take care of the Kansas situation.
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Messers. Wooldridge and Nicholas have pretty much given you the answers here. It is hard to ascertain what you mean by " domestic violence report" as they have indicated.
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