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Does your son have a MN driver license?
No he does not.
If he gets pulled over in MN, he can be arrested for driving on a suspended license. That is a separate crime. He will have, effectively, dug himself into a deeper hole.
Good luck and best wishes. I hope that you find this information to be helpful.
A couple of more questions, what would you recommend as the best way for him to handle this if I can convince him to return to Michigan? Turn himself in to the police dept, or county court? How would he (or I) find out money he would need to have with him when he turns himself in?
Anyone can call the court and find out how much the bond is on the warrant. He can go to the court, post the bond, and get a new court date.
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