Q: How can I get my husband a ID so he can receive chemo if he has warrants for fta on tickets?
My husband has recently been diagnosed with stage four lymphoma. He needs chemo asap but the doctors have only done one treatment and dont want to continue til he has a ID to start charity pay for medical costs and a outpatient sub abuse program(he's fought addiction for years). He is willing to do all of this but for the last three years he's had warrants for traffic tickets over his head. He is in no shape to go to jail right now but we have less than a week to get him a id and started on treatment or his doctor will dismiss him. I've tried calling where the warrants are but not getting anywhere. They keep.saying he will need bond money or he can sit it out and ive tried to explain that's not safe for him they simply don't care. He cant get a id with out also risking jail so what do we do? These are all over simple traffic tickets but the consequence of him not getting a Id is death. Please tell me where I can turn.
A: If he has warrants for failure to pay traffic tickets, it is not the clerks who can waive the requirement that he turn himself in. In order to handle the warrants for you, the best outcome is usually obtained by hiring a lawyer in the county where the warrants are from to help you navigate this situation.
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