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If the charges are serious 'enough,,' texas is pretty cozy with extradition. One woman had a joint and was extradited 'from' texas to a few states over. Over a joint.
Yea, hiding, I would say eventually you would be IDd.
If you feel have things down, a name ssn, etc to use. You will miss something. it is what it is. Unless you find pure luck. NCIC, database, can run masses of fingerprints. if one was ever arrested they would be finger printed and that goes into the database.
OK, maybe face these, a DA, judge, etc may combine charges into a fairly decent deal. If so, do not acquire any charges what-so ever. Or could face the max penalties for each charge if your PO parole revokes your probation.
Telling ya, if these are serious enough, or not even really serious, maybe just face these. Worrying about getting caught on warrants is a total strain.
Opinion, you said you have warrants? So they decided to bring up charges that did not previously exist.
If you have the means, you can go through a bail bondsman and do in Colorado they call it a walk through. Where you secure a bail/bondsman and simply post bail without being arrested. They may or likely would do the fingerprint routine, etc, but you would not be jailed, because you had posted bail,
as opposed to being arrested. (if these make sense.)
Other countries, some have no treaties with the US. Some with will decline holding a person for extradition, not agree to holding a person for extradition.
Shet, uh, would be likely be a good idea to go through arraignment? So you would have an idea what you may be up against. If you miss court you would get a 'failure to appear.' Which may or may not be
preferable. At least you would have had the initial what is what.
Turn yourself in if they have new charges, sit in jail. Go to court dates, try to get bail lowered. If they see you are likely not a likely flight risk, bail should be substantially lower.
Maybe be release on your own recognizance, doesn't sound like that would be the case here.