Q: Can you fight a warrent
I had a ubaul it was returned and they didn't press charges and I have a payment plan. Set but the state is trying to file charges.
A: In Florida, as in many other places, if there is an active warrant for your arrest, it typically means that law enforcement has obtained a judge's authorization to arrest you based on probable cause for a specific offense. Warrants can be issued for various reasons, including criminal charges or failure to appear in court.
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A: Depending on the jurisdiction, it may be possible to engage an attorney to approach the Prosecutor's Office about having the warrant withdrawn. An obstacle may be whether a prosecutor has been assigned to the case. Your attorney can determine who sought the warrant and approach that person. Remember, just because a "victim" does not wish to prosecute does not mean that the State cannot proceed. With an attorney's help, the hope is that they will not think it worthwhile to do so. It may go a long way to have any debt completely satisfied. Borrow the money if you must and pay the victim off. Paying off a debt "after the fact" may not mean a crime was not initially committed, but it certainly can't hurt in making proceeding not worth the effort.
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