it's unclear exactly what the situation is for you but as a general rule you will always be better cooperating with the law enforcement authorities. you really need to get ahold of a dallas criminal defense lawyer. if you do not know of one, your local county bar association will have a referral list. word of mouth is always a good source also. good luck.
I have changed the practice area. You need a criminal defense attorney to answer this question.
This is not legal advice. You should always discuss the specifics of your issue in person with an attorney. Be aware that there are time limits on all claims that depend on the kind of claim, so do not delay in seeking an attorney.
If they have a warrant for you, the charges weren't dropped. People often think the complaining witness gets to "drop the charges," but it is really up to the State. You are definitely going to need an attorney to handle this. If you are on probation, you are going to be arrested the next time you report. There will also be a probation violation filed and a warrant issued on that case. Most of us offer free consultations. I would start calling around now, so you know how much you need to save up for your down payment.
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Have a local criminal lawyer find out if there is still a warrant, and follow your lawyer's advice.
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