No. In 2010 I was charged with escape from work release. Got 2 years. 1.5 on probation. (To follow my 8 yr robbery sentence
from 2008)....3 of which was DOC...
I got out December 2012. Did couple solid years supervision probation...no violations...Got married, sent thru rough divorce and started drinking. Got drinking and driving April 2014. (Misdemeanor)Bonded out, got lawyer. It Violated both my robbery and escape case. I was then in 3 courts
I got sentenced and all together did another 18 do 9 months in prison and jail.
Got out may 28, 2015. Haven't done well showing up to probation. Supposed to do interlock , but haven't had a car or house. So that's made me violate probation, and I have a failure to appear in both courts. No bond.
I'm so sick of doing time on these petty cases .
I have a content writing job for a huge media production company in Tampa.
I know last time I escaped and ran to Texas, and have been picked up on escape warrant in Arkansas and Minnesota as well, Indiana said they wouldn't extradite me. They only did that when my B felony warranty kicked In.
So is it a " more than one state away" thing, or a mileage thing? If I take my Tampa job and have my lawyer work on it can I finally stop looking over my shoulder at every sound? Or do these extradition laws change with their budget?