1 was for failure to appear in may of 1995 in the state of ga, another shows wanted person in newton county ga, i am a licensed driver passed multiple background checks for my job no issue, i've called sheriff office in ref to wanted person issue and was told there was nothing there basically no record, i've never lived in that county, my bro who is a p.o has ran my ssn still nothing comes up neither above issue's, would a lawyer be able to clear this up.
Attorneys solve problems. Your problem needs to be solved if you want your record cleared up. If you are not the person on background check there should be fingerprints etc on record of who the person was in Ga that fta'd. A comparison of your prints should show it wasn't you. A resourceful attorney can get you the results needed and clear your record.
Yes. Hire one in the county wherein the warrant originates.
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