For this week, I thought to answer a question I received from a viewer and share my answer with you all in the hope that it may help others.
After seeing my webinar, a viewer asked me about an old warrant. For example, how should you handle a warrant from a 25 year old stop?
I told her that a warrant is a warrant; they’re always trouble. However, I said that an older warrant may be handled expeditiously as courts are generally eager to clear their books. Therefore, when you learned of such a warrant, write a letter to the presiding judge asking that the matter be listed for disposition. Also ask the court to waive the posting of bail. With such an application, you should include an explanation for your failure to appear.