3 failure to appears that are 5 years old what should i do. My 23 year old been running out of fear teying to get them home.

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3 failure to appears that are 5 years old what should i do. My 23 year old been running out of fear teying to get them home.

When my child was 18 she got into some accidents and driving on a suspended license, her boyfriend convinced her to run with him to florida. Now they aren’t together and she wants to come home go to school and move forward but they have bench warrants on her and she won’t come back for fear of jail time.

Asked on March 4, 2019 under Criminal Law, Kentucky

Answers:

M.D., Member, California and New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 2 years ago | Contributor

Your daughter will need to come back and aapear in court before a judge, so she really should have a lawyer represent her. Since there are 3 FTA's she could be facing some jail time so legal representation would be best. A local criminal law attorney can use their court contacts to her best advantage. Just know, the sooner that she handles this the better once this is cleared uo she can go about the rest of her life without looking over her shoulder.

M.D., Member, California and New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 2 years ago | Contributor

Your daughter will need to come back and aapear in court before a judge, so she really should have a lawyer represent her. Since there are 3 FTA's she could be facing some jail time so legal representation would be best. A local criminal law attorney can use their court contacts to her best advantage. Just know, the sooner that she handles this the better once this is cleared uo she can go about the rest of her life without looking over her shoulder.


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