Will Colorado extradite from Texas for felony warrant?
2 attorney answers
Probably but that's up to the sheriff in the Colorado county his case is in. I would retain an attorney in that county to see what they can do to help. They may be able to get a bond set or to convince the DA to agree not to extradite.
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No one in this forum can speak for the state of Colorado, but I don't see why your husband would not be extradited. Contact an attorney in the county in Colorado where the case is pending. Good luck.