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Thread: Old DUI warrant...should I turn myself in?

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    Old DUI warrant...should I turn myself in?

    This charge is from 1993. Information on the warrant is very confusing and seems to have conflicting information including different cities for incident. I do not recall information on the warrant. I have been instructed to turn myself in with out being given any information on what will occur when I do this. Any advice??

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    The first thing you should do is consult with an attorney in your area who can tell you what to expect because he has knowledge that only local attorneys have. You definitely want to take care of this warrant, because it will never go away until you do. If there was an incident from 19 years ago, it is unlikely that the state will proceed with charges because the evidence may no longer exist. It is also possible to avoid being taken into custody (depending on your county).

    This blog posting http://www.duiattorneyhome.com/ talks about what to look for when hiring a DUI attorney.

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