I get arrested in september 1 of 2011 for a minor in consumption i go to court and i get diversion, i cannot completed the diversion so i get another court day the judge told me that i need to pay the full amount for the mic 1000 usd so i do a payment plan, but i cannot make some payments because i need to leave to mexico so i receive a letter that i need to go to court again, but i wasent in town so i never see the letter i check in the internet and my record file says that i have a warrent issued but i need to go to mexico to sign a paper can i cross the border?
Also, you did not state what your immigration status is in the US, whether you are here illegally, green card holder or Naturalized Citizen.
Bottom line, you need to speak to a criminal attorney about this issue. You should find someone who is also able to deal with any immigration issues you may have.
A warrant means that the police intend to arrest you. So, you are taking a risk any way you travel outside the US, since you might not be let into the US.
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What is your present immigration status?
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I agree with my colleagues.
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