I have 2 warrants they were issued in 2005 a year after I was convicted a DUI . I started classes and payed 300.00 of my fine . I moved to LA county that same year and never finished . Now I got my life together and I want to take care of that. What should I expect when I turn myself in court ?
The 2 warrants equal an amount of $9000,00.
3 Answers from Attorneys
Don't just turn yourself in. Hire an attorney to recall the warrants for you and to try to reinstate your original sentence. If done right, and with a little bit of luck, you can avoid jail time and set up a payment plan for the penalties you owe.
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Show the court that you have gotten your life together by having a retained attorney. I have had success reinstating my client's probation with little or no penalty. Contact me directly.
If you hire counsel to represent you in court, thus showing you take this seriously, you can expect the court to reduce the penalty/fines for the warrants to far less than shown, possibly waiving the penalties, and to probably allow you to re-enroll in classes and go back on probation. The reduction will more than pay for the attorney fees. Added benefit, counsel can appear without you in court to work out the 'plea bargain', avoiding the risk of you being taken away in handcuffs 'to make a point' to you. If these are in SoCal courts, feel free to contact me if serious about getting counsel.