If it is a felony warrant, most likely you will be arrested and held for possible extradition.
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If you have an open warrant there is a chance that you will be arrested. You may wish to consult an attorney who is familiar with this process. They may be able to contact SC to get more information for you. Also, the fact that there is a warrant is not the end of the process. SC has to choose to extradite you from Texas. An attorney can help you look into this too. But this want prevent you from being arrested.
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Yes DPS will see the warrant and yes they will probably arrest you.
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