Thank you for your attention on my question!
There is a reason to think that I might have some unsolved cases and may be even have an outstanding warrant. I am not sure what type of charges i could have. It could be infraction, misdemeanor, felony or a warrant. I am not a US-resident and I live outside of the US. So, I need an attorney who could check my info at the court. In case if I do have something I will hire you and I hope you can help me to deal with the problem. Please write a comment if you are agree with that kind of a deal. I will email you my data and you would email me your rates.
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What you might want to do is check with a bail bondsman first to find out if there are any outstanding warrants and what the bail amounts are. The bail bondsman has a financial incentive to be thorough and complete in answering your question, as he would want the business and will probably answer your question for free. However, if you have a myriad of questions based on the warrant(s), if they exist, and your possible cases are out of San Diego County, just hire Jay Finnecy.
The attorney who should be hired is one who practices in the area where your case(s) ,might be pending. You do not want a San Francisco criminal defense attorney for a San Diego case. AVVO has a tool to find a lawyer, and many of us can be contacted directly by responding to the button next to our name. Find one or more than one, send your email, and you will get a response.
First, you can check to see yourself if you have San Diego warrants. Just go to the San Diego sheriff department website. There is a section you can ICK in to see if you have warrants. Simple-and FREE. If you do have a warrant - and its a misdemeanor, in most cases the court will allow an attorney to
Resolve it without you being here. If it's a felony, sorry, you'd have to be here.
I have, however, negotiated pleas for clients who were in Europe and South America so that when they came back, and were arrested, the case would be resolved expeditiously.
www.sdsheriff.net is where you can see if there is a warrant in San Diego County for your arrest. If there is you will need to proactively contact any lawyer of your choosing to discuss their specific retainer agreements.
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