He admitted he was guilty when he paid the fine, that
the court had jurisdiction, the court was the right
court and the judge was the right judge. However, if
he calls the court clerk, and states that the word on
the street is that there is a warrant for his arrest
he would like to know what the charge is so that he
can set a court date and settle the matter, he should
be able to get the clerk to tell him. I don't pay any
fines, challenge the jurisdiction, respectfully tell
the judge when he's full of it, and the judge will sit
there and take it, on the court record. I can phone
to the court at any time and still be able to get that
much out of the clerk.
--- mat_starcorp <mat_starcorp@...
> i'm writing for a very fearful friend. he has asked
> the traffic
> court judge for credentials and went ahead and paid
> his fine in
> full. now he and wife go the mail eTc.r ups expess,
> mail boxes.
> there is a sign for it piece of mail, while his wife
> waits for the
> mail, the attentant calls police as per police
> request. his wife was
> questioned about his whereabouts. they told there
> was an warrant for
> his arrest but would not tell her what for. how can
> they find out
> without going to jail. maybe he will be able to cure
> it; he paid all
> his tickets. he swears there is not another thing r
> reason there
> would be a warrant.
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