What should I do
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What should I do
my ex girlfriend accused me of stealing her
money. She reported to the case to the
police. The police issued a warrant for my
arrest. What should I do
Asked on February 4, 2017 under Criminal Law, Ohio
M.D., Member, California and New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney
Answered 6 years ago | Contributor
Having legal counsel at this poiint is advisable since this is a criminal matter. You really should consult directly with a criminal law attorney. The fact is that warrants don't expire so you can be picked up at any time. That having been said, until you get a lawyer, do not speak with the police. You are under no duty to do so, even if they come to your house.
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