Obviously the 7411 is implemented for cases like yours. However, your case is more complicated. The 7411 may still be available, but you will likely need an attorney to help you with this. Do not just assume that you'll receive it, as the court has already issued a warrant for you missing your arraignment. Contact a local attorney who knows the court well and can help you out.
There is nothing in the statute (MCL 333.7411) which prohibits you from receiving the diversion simply due to a warrant. However, since the final decision on whether you are granted diversion lies with the judge, your warrant may be taken into consideration. I would hire an attorney in the area, one that is familiar with both the judge and probation to assist. You have to explain away your absence.
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Whether you case is assigned to Howell or Brighton, you would still stand a good chance of the judge approving 7411 status. If you have other questions as to how these things work here in Livingston County, feel free to contact me..
Yes, you just need to deal with the situation. Hire an attorney to help you.
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