In one of Thomas & Paulk's recent cases, a client had an outstanding warrant for violation of probation on felony driving under the influence with serious bodily injury. The warrant had been outstanding for years as our client was living out of state. We set the case on before the court and was able to get the warrant set aside and the probation terminated. Our client did not have to be booked into jail and extradited to Florida. In fact, our client never had to return to Florida to appear in court.
Many times if you have an old warrant and are now living out of state, we may be able to resolve your case without ever returning to Florida. If you have a warrant for your arrest, it is always better to deal with it before you are arrested in another state and extradited to Florida. Our attorneys are always willing to review your case and explain your options to resolve your warrant. All consultations are always confidential.