I want to fly to puerto rico
Any time you have a warrant, you should be prepared to be arrested--especially when you are coming into contact with federal authorities. It may be much easier to clear up your warrant than you think. Contact a local attorney for a free consultation.
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??? Any time you come in contact with the government when you have a warrant, you WILL get arrested. Hire a local experienced criminal defense attorney to help you get that warrant cleared up. Good luck.
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Clear your warrant before you attempt to pass a security checkpoint. Talking with an attorney would help. Good luck.
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