Contact an immigration attorney in SLC. My colleagues are correct that you can leave the US with warrants out for your arrest, especially if they are for misdemeanors. Major felonies might prevent you from leaving. However, depending on the type of case, you might not be allowed back into the country or get arrested at the border if there is an outstanding warrant.
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Usually it is not the leaving that causes a red flag but the fact there exists a warrant can cause serious issues if one returns. It would be best to contact an experienced immigration attorney who can examine your immigration and criminal history prior to making any decisions related to leaving the jurisdiction. Good luck.
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I agree leaving may not be a problem but coming back surely will. Contact an immigration attorney to discuss in more detail. If you want to try and find one in your area here on AVVO you can select "Find a Lawyer" at the top of the page. Good luck.
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