Q: Hello I have a warrant for me right now for burglary 2nd but the lady that took the warrant for me is the one who actual
Actually took the stuff. She's been ordered by the court to return it. But the warrant still remains on me. How do I get it dropped
A: If you believe there is evidence or information that can support your innocence or prove that the person who accused you is responsible, it is important to gather that evidence and present it to your attorney. Your attorney can then help you build a strong defense and may be able to challenge the validity of the warrant or seek its dismissal based on the new evidence.
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