you will need an attorney in Fla to file for a Motion to Quash those warrants. since FLA does not want to extradite you, it should be granted. but it is not something you can do on your own. the attorney will need to negotiate with the District Attorney.
as a warrant is active until it is served or quashed, it will always be there until it is recalled.
if you need to contact a FLA attorney you can use this link for the FLA Bar Association and get a referral.
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