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We convinced the prosecutor to dismiss the disorderly conduct and trespassing charges and talked to Jack’s employer, explaining the situation. Jack was able to still get his new job and continued on with his life without ever having to fly back to Florida or show up in court.
Jack was scared of losing his job promotion, especially over something so minor and so long ago from his past. Jack also did not want to fly to Florida for a few weeks in order to show up in court.
Jack had lived in Florida 25 years ago, but now Jack lives in Montana. Jack was getting a job promotion, so his employer did a background check.
The employer found an arrest warrant for Jack from 1994 for failure to appear in court for disorderly conduct and trespassing, which Jack did not even know existed.
Jack found and called Rossen Law Firm immediately to help clear up the situation so that he could still get his promotion. We were able to get the warrant removed, and we aggressively pushed forward knowing that all of the witnesses to the incident were no longer involved.
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