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Answered 6 days ago by Rick Oliver
He needs to hire an attorney. If he has limited or no prior criminal history, there may be potential resolutions that are better for him than a deferred.
Answered 1 week ago by Patrick Johnson
He can try and take out a warrant but based on what you said the state will not be able to convict you.
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