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Q: Dui, left the state of nebraska, warrant out for arrest. Had a lawyer from nebraska, What should I do?
Thomas M. Petersen
Thomas M. Petersen
answered on Jan 9, 2014

If you have an active warrant in Nebraska, you will have to return to the State to have the warrant cancelled. Take a look at my website to get more information on DUI defenses and penalties. Omaha DUI Lawyer

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Q: What does theft by shoplifting-2nd offense mean? If this was only my first time caught
Thomas M. Petersen
Thomas M. Petersen
answered on Dec 22, 2013

This means that your record is showing that you have a prior shoplifting conviction that the State intends to use to enhance the penalties on the current charge. If you have no prior, it could be someone with a similar name or someone used your id when getting arrested for shoplifting. Contact a... View More

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