Not sure if i had a warrant out for my arrest then got stopped for a dui

Asked almost 2 years ago - Santa Clarita, CA

if i had a warrant for my arrest from an infraction ticket and got stopped for my 2nd dui would they hold me in jail the night i got the dui? or would they hold me in jail of the day of the arrigment what usually happens in a situation like this

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  1. Michael Jon Fremont

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    Answered . Really need more in formation to answer this question. First, generally warrants are not issued on traffic tickets, they impose civil assessments instead of warrants. Need to know what jurisdiction . You should have been able to bail out of jail ater the arrest

  2. Edgar J. Reynoso

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    Answered . It depends on many factors not included in your question. You should call an AVVO lawyer so they can better answer the question.

  3. Michael Kevin Cernyar

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    Answered . It depends on many other factors, but it is quite possible to be held in jail the night you receive your second DUI. Having a warrant for failure to deal with the infraction is not taken lightly by the court. It's a sign of comtempt and disrespect so expect a difficult time from the court. My suggestion is to take care of the infraction ticket immediately.

    The response above is not intended as legal advice since it’s impracticable to provide thorough, accurate advice... more

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