I work at a army base and Hooks Texas called the Red River army base Depot I have two warrants out bench warrants one in Dallas County wanted Texarkana tx and the other one in Carrollton Texas I already have a badge of the depot before I got those tickets I just don't have a vehicle to take care of them tickets running my badge through the gate every day am I in danger getting arrested
You have two issues. If I recall current Army policy, individuals with warrants should not have access to base. Not sure what kind of contractor you are but if you have a clearance or the like, this is reportable and you could lose your clearance and job... not sure how not having a vehicle makes a difference in taking care of tickets and warrants...
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Contact an attorney in the area where the warrants are pending to see what can be done to recall the warrants.
It is always advisable to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney to handle the outstanding warrants.
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