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Asked on: 7/01/13, 10:46 am

I currently have 2 warrants for a FTA in King County and Indio C.A. I had lost my job and was unable to pay for the fines which was 1 for speeding and the other for driving without a license. What are the chances the judge will send me to jail? and for how long? Is there anything I can do such as filing a paper or telling the judge to help me avoid jail because I do have a 3 yrd old that I share custody of.


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Answered on: 7/04/13, 5:14 pm by John Laurie

I am not familiar with those courts. I think if you go in with an attorney you have a good chance of staying out of jail, but that assumes no priors etc. You may be able to do community service instead of paying the fines. Attorneys that appear in those courts should be able to give you a better answer. The local bar association should be able to refer you to someone.


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