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(Chicago Trib)   If you're going to film scenes at a jail, it's probably best to ensure you don't have any outstanding warrants   (chicagotribune.com) divider line 8
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2014-03-20 12:04:03 AM  
had a warrant sworn out for his arrest in 2003

How has this guy been just going about his business for the last 11 years?
 
2014-03-20 03:14:45 AM  

fusillade762: had a warrant sworn out for his arrest in 2003

How has this guy been just going about his business for the last 11 years?


It was probably a misdemeanor warrant, and he's managed to go that long without being pulled over.
 
2014-03-20 04:06:13 AM  
It's like a Roach Motel.  Good, yummy things inside, you don't come back out ;)
 
2014-03-20 04:28:40 AM  
Aren't there rules about warrants expiring if they haven't been acted on in a few years? I mean, at least a reissue process.
 
2014-03-20 05:09:57 AM  
Unless you are into method acting?
 
2014-03-20 06:56:50 AM  

xria: Unless you are into method acting?


Not if the method is getting f*cked up the ass.
 
2014-03-20 08:35:01 AM  
CSB time:

I had a warrant over a parking ticket a few years back: They send one notice in the mail (that my local mailman handed to someone walking past my house with the explanation of "I assumed it was you"), and when you don't respond to that notice, you're a fugitive. I only found out when I tried to pay the ticket (in person) and was informed that the cost was now $150 more than the cost of the ticket because they had to recall the warrant. When I asked the cashier how someone would know this, she suggested asking a cop and begging not to be arrested on the spot.

/csb
 
2014-03-20 09:38:07 AM  

wildcardjack: Aren't there rules about warrants expiring if they haven't been acted on in a few years? I mean, at least a reissue process.


Nope.  Once issued, the warrant is valid.

This happens where I work pretty regularly.  People come in and are found to have an outstanding warrant from years ago - usually something like an unpaid speeding ticket.  Most of the time, the issuing agency just tells them to come down and take care of it rather than having the person taken into custody.
 
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