I am not sure if your question pertains to a personal injury that you received or to the fact that you were driving under the influence.
Your best bet is to contact a criminal defense attorney, so that s/he can find out what is going on and straighten out the issues. Do not wait to get arrested.
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I agree with the previous answer that you should contact a criminal defense attorney that handles DUI cases to assist you.Ask a similar question
You need to talk to an attorney who handles DWI/DUI matters - I will change the category of your question so that AVVO attorneys who practice in that area can see it.Ask a similar question
Do not wait to get arrested. You need to go down to the court house and ask for the matter to be set for a hearing. You should consult a criminal attorney and hire one if you can afford it. Otherwise - the court may appoint a public defender. You need to clear up the warrant - otherwise - some routine traffic stop could turn into a messy arrest and cost you a great deal more in time and money.Ask a similar question
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