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Question by D R : Does A Warrant “Disappear” in CO? Hi
i had a question to which i need a SERIOUS answer. I got a dwai in CO over a year ago. Im not from the US, Im from Germany so I decided to move back to Germany about a month ago. I never finished my court ordered alcohol classes or paid the full fine that they gave me, since I knew I would move back eventually before my “due date”. I know by that time Ill have a bench warrant out for my arrest. I was wondering if those “disappear” after so many years. I’m not really interested in ever moving back to the States, but IF I could, I know i would want to eventuallly go visit friends out there, but not while I still had an active warrant.
So I’m just wondering if that warrant for not complying would ever disappear or would I get arrested as soon as I went through customs when flying back. I really dont ever NEED to go back, just wondering in case i ever went back to visit.
Thank you Best answer:
Answer by du nomad
Nope. Warrants don’t expire or go away all on their own.
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