There is a high likelihood that the warrant is still active and that you would be taken into custody on it once you enter the United States and go through Customs. As the other attorneys stated, your best option is to hire an attorney who can ask for the warrant to be withdrawn, explore any defenses you may have (including a Motion to Dismiss based on Statute of Limitations), and in general, help get this matter behind you.
Based on the facts you gave in your question, it sounds like you will be eligible for the diversion program. Without hiring an attorney, you will not be able to apply ahead of the court date. If you cannot afford to hire an attorney, mention to the judge that you would like to apply for the diversion program and as the other answer states, a public defender will be able to guide you regarding the application.
Best of luck,
She could be very close to scoring prison under Florida's Sentencing Guidelines. Based on the facts you've provided, it's hard to say for sure and even if she does score prison, she could receive a departure from a prison sentence.
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If formal charges have not been filed yet, there is a greater chance that the State would drop them by filing a No Information. However, if the State filed an information charging him with the burglary/assaults it will be more difficult to get them to drop the charges. It's important that you contact his attorney to let him or her know that you are willing to cooperate and that you do not want to prosecute (which is evident from the affidavit you filed). Because he is facing such serious...
Your boyfriend is facing extremely serious charges. The Burglary/Battery alone is punishable by life in prison.
See Florida Statute 810.02 at the link below for more information on a Burglary with a Battery or Assault.
You must file a petition seeking an injunction with the clerk of court in your county. Go to the website below to obtain the petition and then file it at your local court house. A judge will review your petition and either grant the injunction temporarily until a hearing is held to determine if it should be granted for a longer period of time or deny your request and set it for a hearing to decide if it should be granted or not and if so, for how long.
Be careful, Florida Statutes, Section 322.212 criminalizes, and makes a FELONY, the making, selling, or possession of a false identification card.
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Entering a no contest plea does not automatically mean you will not get points on your driver's license record. To avoid points request that the judge or hearing officer withholds adjudication of guilt.