1 tickets for possession of marijuana had less then a gram 2 tickets for speeding one going 35 in 25 other going 60 in a 35 and the last tickets I have is for being in a park after closing
You can hire an attorney to lift the warrants for you and represent you for all tickets. If you choose that option, you won't have to pay the bond, turn yourself in to police, or appear in court. Your attorney will get your charges reduced to "Illegal parking" or "Littering." You will have to pay fines and court costs for each charge.
Your other option is to turn yourself in to the first police department and have someone go to the other 3 police departments to pay the bond for you in each one so you don't end up being transported from jail to jail, which could cause you to sit in jail for a couple of weeks. If you choose this option, you will eventually be given a new court date for each charge, and then you can decide whether you want to plead guilty as charged or hire an attorney to get the charges reduced.
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I agree with the previous post. You should consult with a criminal defense attorney to help you sort out these warrants and tickets.
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