You'll probably receive a notice to go to court. It's also possible that the police will realize you had a warrant and come back to arrest you.
There's really no way to predict how your case might resolve. It's very possible that DMV will make you ineligible to get a drivers license for the next year.
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Was the case filed in juvenile court? Regardless, you will need an attorney to fight for you. Good luck.Ask a similar question
You should heed Marshall's advice (from which he exempts himself): "There's no way for a stranger on the Internet who knows nothing about your case can give you a meaningful answer..."Ask a similar question
Mr. Marshall's answer is spot on. You will lose your license for a year. You really need to make an appointment with local criminal defense counsel for a free consultation. Use the avvo find a lawyer app.. The warrant is troublesome! You are a minor so where are your parents? The court will want them present with you! Good luck.Ask a similar question
None of us has a crystal ball. Obviously you have problems. I would not expect them to just go away. You have drivers' license issues, a warrant, new case. You need an attorney ASAP. Many of us on AVVO offer free consults, call around.Ask a similar question