Re: Help: Suspended License
Traffic citations rarely ever result in arrest warrants.
What you need to do is go to the courts where you have outstanding traffic citations and get the details of that information and find out how to resolve them. If they have not yet gone to collections, you might still be able to plead guilty and pay them off. You might also be able to schedule a court appearance on the matter.
if you do not recall which courts you might have outstanding issues at, then you can go to the DMV and ask for a copy of your driving record and that should have a court code that they can use to tell you where the citation was issued.
Understand that if you get caught driving on a suspended license you can go to jail and any car you are driving can be impounded for 30 days and subject to lien sale on day 31. Your friends might not be happy if you borrow their car and cost them between $2,000 and $3,000, so you might want to keep that in mind.
A Nor Cal Police Sergeant
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