I just know how probation here works and it mentally drained and damaged me for years. I do better with my life and keep myself more stable without probation. So I'm wanting to move to Utah but don't want to wait for an interstate compact. But I also don't need a warrant over my head.
There is nothing in the relevant laws forbidding extradition on a misdemeanor warrant. As a practical matter, most misdemeanor warrants are going to state that Idaho will not extradite from another state, although they COULD include extradition from another state. The only answer here is that the warrant LIKELY won't reach you in Utah, but it might. Additionally, it can still cause you difficulties if the authorities see the warrant but are not certain about the reach, or if a potential employer does a background check.
>I do better with my life and keep myself more stable without probation.
That cannot be true or you would never end up on probation, right?
Very little good will come out of skipping out on probation.
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