The police won't really come to my house or job to arrest me, will they?

The police are acting within their authority to arrest you at any place or time. A warrant for failure to appear in court is no different than any other arrest order. However, if you want to avoid the embarrassment of being arrested in front of your family, friends, fellow students, or coworkers, you have the option of surrendering yourself to your local police department and posting a bond, or paying fines and costs if they have been previously assessed.

You should note that all attempts will be made to satisfy the court's arrest order should you choose not to comply.

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1. Will points be assessed against my driving record for this ticket ?
2. How do I avoid getting points assessed against my driver's license?
3. Can I talk with the judge and/or prosecutor before my court date?
4. Do I have to get an attorney?
5. Do I need to bring money with me to court?
6. What happens if I don't show up for my court date?
7. Can't I just do a class and get put on probation?
8. How do I get my license back?
9. Will my insurance go up because of this ticket?
10. Can I have a continuance?
11. How do I get this ticket "fixed"?
12. Can you recommend the name of an attorney?
13. The police won't really come to my house or job to arrest me, will they?
14. Can I have someone else appear for me?
15. If a warrant is issued, when will it be active?
16. What is the best time to show up for court and do you do first come first serve basis?
17. Can I pay with a debit or credit card?
18. Is there a dress code?