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    alienonacid Guest

    Unhappy Skip Bail, What happens?

    What is the name of your state? nj i have two prior drug charges. one for possession of pot and another for intent to distribute pot. both are 7 years old or older. i completed payment of fines and three years probation for both. i was recently arrested within 1000 ft of a school and 500 ft of a park for intent to distribute pot and paraphernalia. however i cannot afford a decent attorney and am set to be married and start a new job in another state on the west coast. can i gamble that ths statute of limitations could save me? if so how long would i be on the run?
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    hexeliebe Guest
    You will be 'on the run' for the rest of your life. Once you are charged with a crime and skip bail there is no statute of limitations.

    You're confusing Bringing Charges with after charges are brought.

    You run now forget having a life.
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    alienonacid Guest
    thanks so much for your response. any suggestions as to how i could help myself if i do not have money for an attorney?
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    hexeliebe Guest
    fill out the indigent defendant forms the court will give you when you tell the judge at your arrainment that you can't afford an attorney then if he/she finds you cannot afford one, an attorney will be appointed for you.
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    stephenk is offline Senior Member
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    I wouldnt plan on having a honeymoon anytime soon.
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    alienonacid Guest
    i have been offered the option of a lesser charge if i can turn someone else in. has anyone ever known this situation to work? or will i be going to jail a drug dealer and a rat?
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    alienonacid Guest
    to member stephink, please explain? does this sound as though i'm done for?
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    knotcops Guest
    Didn't you learn your lesson the first two times? Your going to jail and you are already a rat.
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    stephenk is offline Senior Member
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    does your new job know about your warrant? Have they already run a criminal background check? if no, guess what will happen when they do.
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    It does not surprise me that you ******s hide in some message board the same way you hide behind your bull**** badges. Why don't you stop bullying everyone because of what happened to you in high school. Can't wait to have your kids hooked on crack tough guys. You can proceed with your clever "gay" jail jokes now, don't forget to wear a vest.
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    stephenk is offline Senior Member
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    Originally posted by alienonacid
    to member stephink, please explain? does this sound as though i'm done for?

    anytime you come in contact with the police for even the most minor traffic offense, the warrant will come up. You will be arrested and held until NJ decides whether to extradite you. If they dont want to extradite you, you will be released.

    Then the cycle will begin again if you come in contact with the police.

    This will also happen if you are in a car with your fiance or friends and they get pulled over. by the way, does your fiance know about the recent arrest and jumping bail? Does she still want to get married with this hanging over you?

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