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There won't be a warrant for failing to identify.
It is not an arrestable offence.
What may have happened is that they may have tried and convicted you in absence.
If that has happened the court will write to you with that information.
It will have a costs implication but no more.
Can I clarify anything for you?
It is not possible that there could be a warrant for your arrest for this offence.
I'm not sure how else to express this.
It is not possible for a non arrestable offence.
Generally to check whether a warrant exists you get a firm of solicitors to phone the constabulary and ask and arrange an appointment to attend voluntarily or you hand yourself in.
But if this is speeding and failing to identify then there cannot be an arrest warrant.
As I have said, they will not have issued a warrant because it is not possible.
They will have tried you in absence.