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If you have an outstanding warrant for your arrest in Florida for a failure to appear in court, jumping bail, parole or probation violation, you need to know that you are at risk of being arrested at any time.
In recent years, data is being shared online in more and more ways. New database connections between law enforcement agencies are being linked. And now with new license plate scanning technologies, you don't even have to be caught speeding to be found. A police cruiser camera sitting by the side of the road could digitally scan your license plate, link to a nationwide arrest warrant database, and alter a police officer to pull you over and arrest you.
It's becoming increasingly impossible to hide from a Florida warrant. The smart thing to do it almost always to deal with the situation proactively and up front.
Yes, the good news is, that in many cases, we can make the problem go away. Particularly with very old cases, the evidence for the underlying crime may be weak or non-existent, it may be as simple as getting the underlying charges dropped. And if there are no underlying charges, there is no warrant, and no risk of arrest.
And judges will often look favorable on people who are trying to clear up their past legal problems. Especially for relatively minor misdemeanor charges, like driving on a suspended license or other traffic offenses, judges may be happy to clear these cases with a small penalty, or a complete dismissal.
If you are out of state or far away, we may be able to clear old warrants without you needing to appear in court!
But if you don't deal with it right away, you can still be charged with the crime of failure to appear in court, regardless of whether the reasons for your appearance are even valid anymore!
Don't let your failure to appear in a Florida court on an old charge ruin your life! Let us help you look for every opportunity to fix the problem so you don't have to live in fear of the charges and arrest warrant coming back to haunt you.
Call us to discuss you case, and we'll talk about your options to clean this matter up and move on with your life. We'll let you know exactly what we can do to help, and there's no obligation for our legal advice.
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