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Hello I was wondering I think I have a warrent on me from

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Hello I was wondering ? I think I have a warrent on me from Ont. And I have had it for a while but not sure how would I find out if there is and how to fix it?
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Criminal Law
Expert:  Aaron Paul replied 8 years ago.
Do you know why you would have a warrant? Do you know the city?

If you do, the easiest way is to call that court in that jurisdiction and simply ask.

There is no real way to "fix" an outstanding warrant, save turning yourself in and seeking the representation of an attorney and hopefully getting it dismissed (or paying a fine if it's a traffic violation).

First thing's first, though. Call the police department in that jurisdiction and ask.

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Customer: replied 8 years ago.

Thank you

It was in Ontario. And now I am in banff Alberta would i be able to call the rcmp here and asked them and if there is a warrent for me and i went to get a record check would they arrest me there. I think the warrent would be missing the last few days of probation when i was 16 years old. And that was for shopplifting under 5000.00

And is there a way that if there is anything on me could I deal with it in alberta?

And when you say call the police department in that jurisdiction and ask can they tell me over the phone if there is a warrent on me can they give me info like that over the phone?



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