How can I deal with an out-of-state warrant without going there?

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How can I deal with an out-of-state warrant without going there?

I have a warrant in CA and one here in CT; I want to deal with both.

Asked on August 17, 2011 Connecticut

Answers:

M.T.G., Member, New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 10 years ago | Contributor

Generally speaking, a Judge will want you to make a personal appearance in their court room on an outstanding warrant.  They tend to want to discuss the matter with you face to face.  They are kind of quirky that way.  If you have one in the state of Connecticut then I would speak with an attorney there and disclose the one in California as well.  Hiring an attorney can help to smooth the way for you when you are dealing with the court.  You are wise to want to deal with the matters and put them behind you.  You could have been or still be arrested for something as simple as being pulled over for a traffic violation.  Get help.  Good luck.


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