Greenville, SC asked in DUI / DWI for Colorado

Q: What happens to your bench warrant when the judge who issued it retires?

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John Kenneth Joyner
John Kenneth Joyner
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  • DUI & DWI Lawyer
  • Colorado Springs, CO
  • Licensed in Colorado

A: Nothing. You will still have a warrant for your arrest regardless of who issued it. If you want to get rid your warrant, you should hire an attorney to file a motion to quash for you. If not, you can always turn yourself in, bond out, and get a new court date.

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