I assume you mean extradite. It sounds like you have an outstanding warrant for an unclassified felony offense in Virginia and are residing elsewhere. It also sounds like you want to know if Virginia will bring you back to Virginia to face trial on that felony offense when you are eventually arrested on that outstanding warrant. There is no way to know in advance what that decision will be, but I am reasonably confident the answer will be yes. You should expect to eventually be returned to Virginia to face the pending felony charge.
In fact, you may wish to be proactive in this matter. You can retain an experienced Virginia Criminal Defense Lawyer to assist you and that lawyer may be able to resolve the case more favorably than if you wait for Virginia to find you and have to bring you back.
Best of luck to you.
Virginia might extradite you on this charge. Jurisdictions vary throughout the state. I have seen some jurisdictions that will not go west of the Mississippi on a non-violent felony and others that will go to California. At the very least you could be held in your current state for a reasonable period of time on the Virginia charge until Virginia decides if you are ever pulled over even for a minor traffic violation. I would suggest you come back to Virginia and take care of this matter so it is not hanging over your head.
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