Q: Police came to apartment after girlfriend called claiming i hit hee but i was not there when they arrived but 2 warrants
Have been issued for my arresf 1 for simple assault domestic and the other for interfering with a 911 call what are my options and do they have a case its been almost 2 months since the warrants have been issued
With active warrants you want to retain an attorney as soon as possible. If you truly were not there, you certainly would have a chance of beating the charges.
Your options are to either 1) continue absconding and wait to be either arrested or summoned to court or 2) get an attorney, then turn yourself in and hopefully get released on bail pending your trial - then gather witnesses that can account for your whereabouts on the night in question.
***This is general legal information, and I cannot provide adequate legal advice without first discussing with you in detail the particular facts and circumstances of your matter.***
A: They have a case to arrest you on the warrant alone. Whether they will bring a new charge depends on the decision made by the prosecutor.
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