My question involves criminal law for the state of: Georgia
Will you be arrested at any Georgia DMV is there is a warrant under your name? The reason I ask this is because my brother (twin) has warrants and we both have the same name and date of birth. Only thing that seperates our identities are our social security numbers. I have had problems in the past with being mistaken as him so was considering just going into the DMV with my birth certificate and social security number without mentioning my Texas ID (since i lost it a few weeks ago anyhow) hoping they do not end up remaining tied together. I have had trouble when I lived in Texas getting my Driver License renewed due to a hold that was my brothers and not mine but was never arrested. Just want to make sure to be prepared for what could happen when I walk into the Georgia DMV. I would assume with all the John Smith's out there born on the same day that they have to seperate a person somehow or another probably the reason they ask for your social security number but I do not know how this works. I have a great career and do not need government problems while they figure it out and possibly taint my entire lifestyle while they get their stuff straight. So bottom line. Does Georgia check for warrants from other states when issuing new photo id or driver license? I appreciate your help. *and yes I have a twin brother and 4 half brothers and all of us have the same first and last name and middle initial are all the same and my twin we have the same middle name also named after our dad.