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  • YoYo
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    Why don't you call the DA's Office and ask them to look at your file. Just because you your listed as having a warrant, dosen't mean all the paper work in your casefile isn't correct. You never know it could be just that simple.

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  • STRAPPED
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    warants

    i also went through the same thing,i had a warrant in ny and found out about it when i applied at the prison.i called albany ny.paid a fine of 500.00 and was cleared under technicality.the warrant was for 6 unpaid non-reg,speeding.be honest we all do stupid stuff as a kid.take responsability and get er done...

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  • JML65
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    I hope so.

    OFF TOPIC -
    cliffs - crazy day at work

    At least I started selling cars today. It was funny, I went to get a vehicle with a customer and it wasn't there (the vehicle was about 175 yards away).

    After that, I was sent across the street to get keys to another one. I couldn't get keys because I didn't have my badge (I was 30 minutes new). So, after I finally got keys, I brought the vehicle over.

    We went for a test drive. About 1 block from the dealership at the Citgo, we switched over so the wife could drive. As soon as we pulled to the downslope of the stations exit, it ran out of gas.

    Her large husband and I pushed the vehicle to the pump and I put 10 bucks of my own money into it (I will get it back).

    Needless to say, I didn't quite get my sale.

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  • Max Fischer
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    JML, Stay positive. Your BI wants you to succeed too.

    One thing you may want to try is the ASU legal clinic. They have third year law students doing pro-bono work supervised by law professors. They do a good job, so check it out.

    Good luck man.

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  • usafcop64528
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    Originally posted by JML65
    I am going to give her a call on Monday. I do want the contact information so I can fix this.

    I can't go into the Air Force with a warrant on my record, so I hope they are allowed to put 2 and 2 together.

    usafcop - Where are you stationed at. I am in SF, getting out officially on the 18th. I was at Hill for 6 years, but deployed 6 times.
    Currently at Pease (ANGB) (active) going to CLear AFS

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  • JML65
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    I am going to give her a call on Monday. I do want the contact information so I can fix this.

    I can't go into the Air Force with a warrant on my record, so I hope they are allowed to put 2 and 2 together.

    usafcop - Where are you stationed at. I am in SF, getting out officially on the 18th. I was at Hill for 6 years, but deployed 6 times.

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  • usafcop64528
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    Originally posted by JML65
    I can get JAG, but I have tried them before and they were worthless for any advice in a civil case for me.

    I will see what the Phoenix PD says.

    I hope this will clear up.
    I know they are officers, but they couldn't even point you in the direction of someone who could help you??? Definetly be talking with the PD, they'll let you know your options. Don't be afraid to be active in clearing it up. You may not be a lawyer. Did you say your paperwork from the incident? I know it has been 6 years. Hope these random ideas at least help a little

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  • JML65
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    I can get JAG, but I have tried them before and they were worthless for any advice in a civil case for me.

    I will see what the Phoenix PD says.

    I hope this will clear up.

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  • usafcop64528
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    Originally posted by JML65
    I can't afford a lawyer.

    What happens if there is a different DA and they have no knowledge of the incident? This could be really easy to fix, or it could be a horrendous nightmare.


    I was really young and too stupid to keep the agreement that I believe I signed.

    On an OT note, some gumbo and crawfish sure sounds good. I have been in Utah (and now AZ) for so long that I forgot what that stuff tastes like.
    You're AF?? Talk to your JAG. They won't be able to represent you, but they will advise, and maybe be able to point you to a local well priced attorney

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  • JML65
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    I owe mommy $2000 still (my 65 Mustang hot rod cost a little too much). I haven't decided if the job is just for the summer. I am quite confident in my ability to pull in $50K plus in a year just starting out. I would rather make $40K in the PD though, you know.

    I still haven't heard back from my background investigator. I will call her Monday.

    But, as far as the damage goes, is it permanent? What I mean is, even if Phoenix finds out that I am being truthful about the warrant being wrong, are the records fixable immediately?

    I am not really sure how this works. I also don't want to bug my background investigator because she knows what she is doing.

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  • smith0096
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    You have got to be kidding?

    I agree with the earlier statement. If this is a career and not just a summer job I'd be borrowing some $$$ from mommy and getting this taken care of. Your fellow officers, being a new officer, will certainly hear of this warrant and the trust level is then nothing...when there is no trust...you have nothing!

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  • JML65
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    Hmm, if I have to get and pay for a lawyer, someone is going to lose their job while I am at it because this would cost me a crazy ammount of money in loss of work and travel.

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  • pkagel
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    You can't NOT afford a lawyer if you really care about working in LE

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  • JML65
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    I can't afford a lawyer.

    What happens if there is a different DA and they have no knowledge of the incident? This could be really easy to fix, or it could be a horrendous nightmare.


    I was really young and too stupid to keep the agreement that I believe I signed.

    On an OT note, some gumbo and crawfish sure sounds good. I have been in Utah (and now AZ) for so long that I forgot what that stuff tastes like.

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  • setexas
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    Send them some gumbo, and all will be well.

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