Re-post in the Connecticut section here on Avvo as well as New York (not sure if you already did). Also, you can ask his criminal defense attorney in the current matter for more information. If you need to retain a criminal defense attorney for him, it may make things simpler if the attorney is licensed in both New York and Connecticut, though dual admission is not mandatory.
Try re-posting on the CT Avvo web site. Then again any criminal defense lawyer can do this. I had a client held in FL 2 years ago with a fugitive warrant in NJ... I spoke with the police and prosecutor and convinced them not to extradite and my client was released.
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