If she doesn't address it then the warrant doesn't go away they will just wait for her to be parole and then grab her and bring her to FL. She can send a letter or a motion to the FL court that has the VOP and tell them where she is located and ask that they issue a bench warrant to bring her back to handle those charges. If she does that then at worst the time she is serving now will count in the other case as well.
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if she ask for a warrant and does not get it in a certain time does it go away is there any thing else she can do? she is not sure of charge only that she used her id to pawn an item
Mo, it never goes away unless she files something in that court to make it no longer valid. There are warrants in the system that are twenty years old.
She may be able to challenge the warrant, but if she is in prison they will grab her and take her to FL when she is released.
how does she make it invalid This involves Georgia where she has done 6 years and Fla wher she violated probation of 1 year
She would need to file a Motion to Quash Warrant there in FL. However, the court isn't going to do it until she was requested that she be bench warranted there and they have refused to do so.
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