Tell your friend to apply to transfer supervision of his probation to Florida. It takes some time and requires some perseverance. It's the lawful solution and keeps your friend from living the rest of his life looking over his shoulder.
A person who absconds from probation and has an arrest warrant issued will remain a fugitive until the case is resolved, and could be subject to arrest anywhere in the country. Even if the issuing state does not choose to extradite, an active warrant can lead a person to be arrested out-of-state and sit in jail for weeks waiting for an extradition decision. Warrants will also cause problems with employer background checks, with international travel, and with sentencing and bail on any future criminal case. It is never smart or advisable to ignore court orders or to flee a jurisdiction, and no one here will advise a person to do so. The better course would obviously be to work with probation and an attorney to complete probation, apply for transfer, apply for early termination, or to otherwise resolve the matter lawfully.
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No attorney can provide you with "advice" to assist this person in committing a probation violation. If your friend wants to transfer his probation to another state, he would be wise to go through the appropriate channels in the probation department to have it transferred to Florida.
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I highly recommend going through proper channels to have probation transferred to Florida. A client of mine was recently held because of a misdemeanor warrant from another state even though that state didn't plan to extradite.