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Asked on: 8/04/10, 11:42 am

Hi, my son had a traffic ticket and failed to go to his court date, so his license was revoked, then he drove without his license and got pulled over. When all was said and done, it took a lawyer and about $1,000.00 to take care of it. He got his license reinstated, but was supposed to go to one last court date, which he didn't attend.! So, now police are knocking on his door periodically. What does that mean in terms of the trouble he is in now. Of course he is avoiding the police, but i know this will need to be addressed. Could there be a warrant out for his arrest? He's a little autistic, so he needs my help.

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Answered on: 8/09/10, 12:36 pm by Richard Culler

an OFA (Order for Arrest) has been may not actually be issued yet; depends upon your county and how busy the clerks are in that judicial definitely need legal help

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