If a bench warrant was issued for me for driving after suspension, as long as I stay out of the state that it was issued in will I be alright?

Asked on April 22, 2013 under Criminal Law, New Hampshire

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Answered 7 years ago | Contributor

Typically all arrest warrants such as the one that you have written about are put on the nationwide system where if you are stopped in a state where the warrant was not issued there is a good chance it will pop up and you will be arrested for it. I suggest that you consult with a criminal defense attorney to remedy the warrant issued against you sooner rather than later.


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