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Someone told me they had a felony in Florida so the moved to

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Someone told me they had a felony in Florida so the moved to S.C. a year ago because Florida and S.C. don't work together to find people , they just wait till they cross their border again, I bet him 20.00 he was wrong and that they will find him somehow, am I right.
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You are right.

If someone has a felony warrant, such warrant will never expire and the person who is wanted on a felony warrant can be arrested, detained and extradited in SC or in any other US state back to Florida to face felony charge in Florida.

I wish you the best of luck!
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