I have a suspended licence in Seminole county fl. And believe I have a warrant in Broward County fl. I have asked the police department in Seminole county if I have warrant and they said no.
You can call the warrants division of the different law enforcement agencies and ask. Seminole PD might not have done a thorough search to discover the Broward County warrant.
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You can check this website... http://pas.fdle.state.fl.us/pas/person/displayWantedPersonsSearch.a
But, unfortunately, not all warrants are published.
That said, when you find it then deal with it, STAT (lest it should deal with you first).
I hope that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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I agree with Ms. Prevatte, you can call the warrants division in both counties for an active warrant. If there is an active warrant you may be picked up at anytime, at work, at home or stopped for a traffic violation. If you do not have an attorney on retainer, you or a family member may be hustling to get one while you sit in jail.
I would call Broward County warrants and find out!
If seminole says you dont have one from there, then try the other county.
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You can also call a bail bondsman to try to find out if there is an active warrant and find out more. You take care of a warrant by hiring a private criminal defense attorney
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