You need to hire a criminal defense attorney to locate the 4 tickets, redocket them, motion the court to recall the bench warrants and notify the DOT to recall the suspension, appear and resolve the cases. Once back in court this will stop the collection attempts. Get counsel.
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As Attorney Mascagni stated, you will need to motion the Court. It will be infinitely easier if you hire an attorney to do so. Before you retain counsel, let the attorney know your expectations. You can't always realistically expect to get 100% of what you want. Don't retain an attorney simply because he promises you the best outcome. Specific outcomes (especially the more wonderful ones) can never be guaranteed and a realistic attorney is likely a more effective and ethical one.
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You received great advice. Start by hiring a criminal defense attorney.
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