Robin Hall ended her family vacation aboard the Disney Cruise in a Florida jail because of a 1991 shoplifting warrant. While Mrs. Hall, her husband and two children took a Disney cruise authorities checked the ships passenger list and learned that Mrs. Hall had a warrant for shoplifting. When the ship arrived back at port Mrs. Hall was arrested and taken to jail.
In 1991 Mrs. Hall was caught stealing a package of cigarettes from a Florida Walmart. She was given an $85 fine, which she failed to pay. Mrs. Hall was 18 at the time. She is now a married mother of two that works at a jet design firm in Connecticut.
She was arrested on the warrant and was unable to post bail. Because of the holiday and transportation issues Mrs. Hall will likely spend one week in jail before she can see a judge and close the case.
Warrants must be removed. At any time police may arrest someone on an outstanding warrant. In this case the woman is going to spend close to a week in jail because of the old warrant.
Attorney Patrick Donovan provides the best warrant removal defense in Massachusetts. Attorney Donovan has represented people with outstanding arrest warrants in Massachusetts and has gotten the best results. If you or someone you know has a warrant contact attorney Donovan today.