Was pulled over one night and was ask to be search but ask if I had anything before they searched I said yes told them what it was and where it was at then they ask me to sign my name to say I gave permission to search nothing else was found and they said since I never was in trouble before and had a clean record they would give me a break and let me go 5 months later I find out I have a warrant out for what they found called to see about it and said if I go to the court house and talk to the judge that I will probably just get a fine r probation.
Your Miranda rights must be read to you when you are actually arrested. If you consented to search and what was found was sufficient to provide probable cause that you committed crime there is no reason a warrant for your arrest can't be issued at a later date. When you are arrested on the warrant the arresting officer must Mirandize you.
I would consult with a local attorney now and let him work out a reasonable agreement to get the warrant satisfied and assist you with defending the charges.
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