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Bugeja Law Firm
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Q. If I have a warrant from county (a) & have an upcoming court date for county (b) can (b) hold me for(a)2come get me
A: As a general rule of thumb, yes, the court for one county can serve the warrant for the other and arrest you (to allow the transfer). It does make a difference if the warrant was from another state though since many states, including Arkansas, often don't arrest individuals appearing in their courts for out of state warrants unless those warrants are for felonies. With out of state warrants, there is an extradition process as well, though instead of going off into a potentially unrelated tangent, I won't address that issue (your question seems to imply both of the warrants are for the same state).
June 4, 2021
30 minute free initial consultation with appointment.
Auto-Accidents are always "no win, no fee"; A small number of other cases may be contingent upon outcome as well.
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To get started on your matter, I accept cash, check, and money order. Depending on the work involved, I am usually able to provide my services at a reasonable up front retainer and affordable monthly payment plan. I offer a 10% military discount on attorney's fees for all hourly/flat fee cases.
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