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Is It Safe to Fly With an Open Arrest Warrant

If you think that you have an outstanding arrest warrant due to a missed court date or criminal arrest that was never resolved, it is good idea to determine the status of any unresolved court matter.

If you are going to fly this holiday season regardless of whether or not you may have an open arrest warrant, there is something that you can do prior to arriving at the airport and otherwise subjecting yourself to detention.

Printing out your boarding pass prior to arriving at the airport will inform you as to weather or not you are on a “no-fly’ list. If you are able to print a boarding pass prior to boarding the aircraft, you should be ok.

Remember however, there are no guarantees that you will avoid arrest at the airport if you have an open warrant.

For more information contact Attorney William Moore at:

William Moore Criminal Defense Attorneys

110 SE 6th St #1713

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

(954) 523-5333

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