You are pretty confused about your situation, as there is no such thing as "a no probable cause warrant" and there is no such charge as "Domestic Terrorist." If you are facing criminal charges and you can't afford counsel, the court will appoint counsel to represent you. You should call the court and find out if there are any warrants out for your arrest and what, if any, charges are pending. Then you have to decide whether you want to turn yourself in or continue to live with those outstanding warrants. Good luck to you.
I'm sorry to hear about your situation. I recommend that you check with your local public defender's office and/or Bar Association to see if there is a program set up to help people clean their records. You may qualify for relief that will make your record better such as a finding of factual innocence.
Good luck to you.
I tend to agree with bith Mr. Flores and Mr. Pullman. My concern is whether or not any of this was in federal court. If so, the attorney you should see is a federal criminal defense attorney.
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I am afraid it is difficult to determine what, exactly, your situation is based on your question. What I can tell is that you have a situation that needs to be looked in to. If you cannot afford an attorney, contact the public defender in your old county, or the Federal Defender if it was a federal investigation.
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