All US states and territories honor each other's requests for extradition. If OR wants you badly enough to enter your name into the NCIC computer Hawaii will eventually catch up with you. Better to turn yourself in and get it over with.
Asked in Oregon, Road Distance
How many miles away is Maui Hawaii from Eugene Oregon?
A flight from Maui, Hawaii to Eugene, Oregon would take about 5 and a half hours to complete. There is approximately 2,489 miles between the two locations. ...
In one has a traffic warrant in Illinois and is pull-over in Hawaii will that person be extradited to Illinois for Prosecution?
Technically, that could happen, but they'd probably not pursue it due to the cost of prosecuting it. It would be more likely if it were a crime that carried a larger penalty. ...
Asked in Hawaii, Earthquakes
What would happen if Hawaii had a earthquake?
Hawaii would probaly just shake like normally earthquakes do, but it is very unlikely for Hawaii to have an earthquake because it is not locaed on a fault line, instead, it is in the middle of the pacific oceanic plate. ...
What happen if someone did not show up to court to an appearance ticket?
a warrant would be placed for their arrest... and I believe they are fined... ...
Asked in Criminal Law, Law & Legal Issues, Warrants
If returned to Or. after fleeing on misdemeanor probation there still would be an outstanding warrant always correct?
Oregon does not extradite unless its a felony nand sometimes they dont do it then. ...
Asked in California, San Diego
What shares the pacific coastline California Seattle Oregon Hawaii Portland Alaska Washington or San Diego?
Well it would be just California, Oregon, Washington, and Alaska and San Diego. Hawaii is an island and does not share its coastline. Seattle in on the Puget Sound. Portland in on the Columbia/Willamette Rivers. ...
Asked in Travel & Places, Jobs
What would happen if there were no tourists in Hawaii?
They would lose a lot of money they get from the tourists bring to them. Also the big resorts would shut down and there would be alot of lost jobs so in general Hawaii would lose A LOT of $!!!!!! ...
Asked in Warrants
Do they check for warrants when you get an id in Oregon from out of state?
i just called and they said they don't even check for warrants, the guy told me they don't have anything to do with the police unless you are trying to get a license, and you have a warrant from a traffic ticket,although i would not try to get your license with a warrant or you will probably get caught ...
Asked in Criminal Law, Warrants
What if someone takes a warrant on me without my knowing?
It is possible that that could happen, but they would have to swear to the truthfulness of the warrant they applied for. If it isn't true they can be charged with contempt of court, or false report to law enforcement, or some similar charge. ...
Asked in Criminal Law, Warrants
Do you have to be arrested if you did not go to court on the date assigned and you have a warrant out for your arrest but you have the money now?
Here's some advice: Contact the Clerk of The Court that issued the bench warrant. Advise them that you are aware of the bench warrant, but that you now have the money to pay the fine. Ask them if the court would consider withdrawing the warrant if you came in voluntarily and paid the fine amount. I have known of this to happen. ...
Asked in Parole and Conditional Release
What will happen if your probation officer cannot contact you?
I would imagine a warrant will be issued because one of the conditions of probation is that you stay in contact with your officer. ...
What would happen if you got stopped by police and have an outstanding misdemeanor warrant in another state?
Most states will not extradite on a misdemeanor warrant due to the expense they would incur for a relatively minor charge. Some states WILL if the distance is not that great, i.e. within 100 miles etc. ...
Asked in Warrants, Crime, The Difference Between
What are the main differences between arrest with and without a warrant?
The main difference would be that to obtain a warrant, probable cause would have to be presented to a judge; there would be evidence and/or testimony to support the warrant. An arrest without a warrant would be one that someone, usually an officer, caught someone in the act of committing the crime. ...
Asked in Warrants, Police and Law Enforcement
Will you be arrested in airport if you have a warrant?
You can be arrested in an airport, but the police would have to either be waiting for you, knowing you had the warrant, or would have to have some reason to "run" your name for the warrant. Unless the warrant is for a serious offense or you do something to attract the attention of the airport police, it's unlikely. ...
Asked in Criminal Law, Warrants, State Laws, Extradition
Warrant in CO but live in AK can you be extradited?
It would depend on what the warrant is issued for, the severity of the crime and if you can be located for the warrant to be served. Also, would it serve the common good of the citizens if the money was spent to be extradited. You will have to face the warrant. Even if the statutes of limitations was up on the crime, the warrant never goes away. ...
Asked in Criminal Law, Court Procedure
What would happen if you are subpoenaed to appear in court as a witness or to give a deposition and you fail to appear?
A warrant will be issued for your arrest because this is considered as being in 'contempt of court' . ...