What states will extradite from other states within the United States?

All states will extradite for serious offenses such as murder. The state will sometimes want to pursue their own charges first though, then the person will be tried in the other state. A perfect example was the sniper suspects on the east coast a few years ago. They were tried in one state then extradited to several others where they were also charged. Once they serve their sentence for one state they will serve that of the other states.The U.S. has strict laws that require this. A state probably won't extradite for anything unless it is serious. A traffic ticket for instance will not allow for extradition.