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HelloThis is Samuel and I will discuss this and provide you information in this regard.I suggest you will want to provide information and evidence that you have ties to the home community, a relative or reliable friend you will be living with, if you can be employed or in school and you also will want to demonstrate that you understand the consequences if you did not return for your court date.If you can show that you can enroll in some sort of program relating to your crime in your home state, that would be helpful.The point that a warrant was issued for you because you did not appear in the other case, is going to be concerning as far as the judge trusting you will not again fail to appear. So you will want to try to explain a good cause and plausible reason why you were not there and that warrant needed to be issued to begin with.
Thank you for the clarification. Again, you need to show your ties to your home state, and if it is a job there and you can produce a letter from the employer, that would be helpful. It is possible that you would be able to leave the state, each case of this nature is look at and evaluate on a case by case basis.If you are on bond now in CO, I suggest you need to consider filing for a bond modification that would allow you to return to your home state until the time of court but you will need to show that you have good reason to return. A home and job would be good reason.