Since the hearing occurred in 1998, it is likely that the case file is archived. So what you need to do is to contact someone from the local area where the 1998 hearing took place, preferably an attorney, and have them go through the archives in search of your case. Once the court file is located, you can analyze and evaluate it, before moving on with the best solution. Many times it is a simple motion to the court. Good luck.
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Contact a criminal defense attorney in your area to research the matter and locate the warrant and get it recalled/set aside and resolved.
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Contact a criminal defense attorney to help you with this case.
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