I have traffic warrants and I have to appear for court cause my ex hasnt been paying child support. I'm worried when I get there they may arrest me for my warrants
You CAN be arrested upon contact with any law enforcement officer, which includes a court bailiff, but that GENERALLY odes not occur upon appearance in a family law court. That being said, clear your warrants ASAP'; you have just as good of a chance of being arrested on your way to court...or work...or to pick up your kids, etc. Warrants don't just disappear. Call a local attorney to see if bonds can be posted. Good luck.
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