databases are slow to catch up - so even though you changed your address properly if you did not show for the court date a bench warrant will be issued - your recourse is to show that you did indeed give you change of address and the computer input was at fault
i was trying to explain why your husband was arrested - the databases did not reflect that you had changed your address before the warrant was issued. - i am not sure what legal fees you are talking about. you did not accept my answer, therefore no money was removed from you deposit.
i did, however, answer what you had posted about. if there is more you can ask it here and i can further try to help you.
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