I have a bench warrant for 2 parking tickets in MN. If I need to get a replacement DL, will I get arrested trying to get the DL?
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I am presuming that you need the DL for employment verification on the I-9. If you have one of the other acceptable forms of ID to establish employment it may be a way to achieve what you want and allow you to get the job and pay the fines asap. Here is the link to acceptable forms of identification: http://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/files/form/i-9.pdf
In any event you need to get the fines paid and warrant taken care of.
Honestly man you can just pay the tickets by phone before you even get here and that's it. It's not complicated. But yes, you show up at the DMV window with parking warrant, they're gonna notice.
Due to your fear and the stakes so high for you, I urge you to have attorney assistance in resolving all of this.
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Your predicament is all the more reason to get counsel. The fear is the arrest and you cannot avoid it forever.
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What strikes me as odd is that they issued bench warrants for parking tickets. If there are actually warrants, you should be able to post a minimal bail or just pay the fines to cancel the warrants. You might consider calling the district court administrator for details. Otherwise, it would serve you well to retain an attorney to help you through this process.
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