If I have a bench warrant for a traffic ticket in one county but also have a court date for my child support in a different county, will the warrant show up at the hearing?

It’s either I pay for a lawyer at the child support hearing or I take care of the bench warrant for my FTA for the traffic violations and go to the child support hearing solo, or pay for a lawyer for the child support hearing and hope my warrant does not show up.

Asked on March 12, 2012 under Criminal Law, Georgia


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