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Unfortunately, if a person found in contempt by a family court judge and a civil Writ of Bodily Attachment (civil arrest warrant), then the person who is wanted, can be apprehended out of state and extradited back to the state court where the Writ of Bodily Attachment has been issued, unless the judge decides to mark the writ as to be enforced only in the state where it was issued.
Also, the family court just where divorce is pending, can order minor children to be brought back to the home state, if the minor children are taken out of state without court's permission.
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