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Have you been served the warrant and been arrested? Or are you waiting to turn yourself in?
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Thanks ~ Michelle
Ok. Then the only way you can find out what it for is to consult with a local attorney who can call and find out. You can make the call yourself, but I suggest it is better to have a local attorney do that. Then u can decide what you want to do. The attorney can direct you to turn yourself in locally where the attorney would be able to advise you if you should waive extradiction or not. If you do not waive extradiction then you would have a hearing and a bond would probably be established until they can have a hearing on the validity of the charge. More than likely, at some point you would be extradited - and the hearing is just prolonging the envitable - but you do have that option.
Keep in mind, that if there is a warrant for your arrest, you can be arrested let's say if you are stopped for a traffic ticket and the background reveals it - which it would.
As to the accuracy of the physical description, that is really insignificant because people can dye hair and wear contacts both of which alter the appearance.
Best of success to you in this matter,
If my answer has been helpful, please ACCEPT my answer so I get credit for my effort to help you . If I can be of further help, let me know. Appropriate FEEDBACK is appreciated as is a bonus. Thanks ~ Michelle
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