Will someone be arrested on outstanding warrants during a child custody hearing?

Question by Ebonlinctus: Will someone be arrested on outstanding warrants during a child custody hearing?
Dude wants to go to court to begin making child support payments (which the mother does not want. Get this! She does not want a paternity test to see if the kids are his). However, Dude has warrants (speeding tickets) in Austin, TX (which he will resolve after the custody hearing). Can Dude be arrested for the warrants during the child custody hearing?

Best answer:

Answer by Bob C
The attached info should be printed out and handed to all of your family and friends.

http://www.aclu.org/FilesPDFs/dwb%20bust%20card7_04.pdf

Give your answer to this question below!




2 Responses to “Will someone be arrested on outstanding warrants during a child custody hearing?”

  1. M F says:

    If he’s there for child support issues and his file(s) are not necessary it shouldn’t come up at this time. He should be okay unless the officers/staff present know him & are aware of these other details.

    If the mother does not want relations with the father and he does want relations with his kids, she will either have to give reason why not & he might have to make another appointment to get a paternity test.

    In the meantime, he may want to clear up the other if he is wanting to press the issue in court of child visits and she could ‘spill the beans’ on him & then he would have trouble & not likely get visitation, etc.

  2. Lela A says:

    of course, they can arrest you for outstanding warrants..


Powered by Yahoo! Answers