He should have a lawyer on the extradition issue, who will be able to answer his questions.
Extradition is a complicated process and many lawyers aren't really familiar with it. I do not know any competent criminal defense attorneys who refer to possible defenses as "loopholes."
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Yes, I just did this. You need to pay the bail in Montana. Usually you have to pay it in person. Then they can release him OR. It is more than likely that your son already signed paperwork waiving his rights. If he already has it is too late. He will wait for a Governors bond - they can wait a certain time then they (Montana) will get him. People try this - but they always come - 99% of the time. ProbLEM now is that your son is waiting in jail for no reason other than he didn't get an attorney. #nowyouknow
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