Tuesday, May 24, 2016

60 y/o FL Man Travels to CN to Surrender to Police after receiving a letter advising of a 27 y/o Arrest Warrant for an alleged Theft ~ Call Michael A. Haber, Esq. @ 1-888-SHARK-8-1

Meet 60 y/o Randy Iannacone, a Pt. St. Lucie, FL resident.  That's him below...

Back in the 1980's Randy was employed as a custodian at the Norwalk Jewish Center, an entity which no longer exists.  One day in 1989 a television went missing from the Jewish Center and a police report was filed.  Shortly thereafter police actually found the stolen TV and it's "new owner" told law enforcement that Randy had given it to him as payment for a debt.  As the television's serial number matched that of the large TV taken from the Jewish center a warrant was issued for Randy's arrest, but, as he had moved to Florida, Connecticut police were unable to track him down.  And so the warrant remained outstanding.

Fast forward 27 years and Randy received a letter at his FL home telling him to report to police in his former hometown of Norwalk, CN.

And so now 60 y/o Randy traveled more than 1,000 miles from his house in Port St Lucie, FL to self-surrender at the police station in his former hometown of Norwalk, CN.

Randy arrived at the Norwalk Police Station with the sole intention of handing himself over to cops, and so he did and so he was arrested and charged with third-degree larceny.  Per Norwalk Police Lieutenant Paul Resnick:  "We try to go out and serve [a warrant] when we first get it, but sometimes people move. They're nowhere to be found.  This fellow ended up in Florida, so he came back and turned himself in, which is pretty cool."

Memo to the Folks:  The bottom line with warrants is that they suck; well that and that they  often times  end  up  in  your  untimely  and inconvenient incarceration.  When it comes  to  warrants,  anyone  anywhere  who has  knowledge  of  the existence of the warrant  has  2 choices:   Either  they  can choose  to  deal  with  it proactively,  in  an offensive  manner, or they  can choose to  deal with  it  as a stalker, living defensively, day to day, just waiting until it is ultimately served.  Note that warrants DON'T expire! 

Memo to the Folks continued:  In this light warrants can be likened to cancer. If it exists (whether it is a warrant or cancer) then you have a problem. You can either choose to deal with the problem and hope for the best or you can wait for the problem to deal with you in its own natural fashion. In the former event it may or may not work out favorably for you, but, in the case of a warrant, at least the State and the Judge will have to acknowledge that you voluntarily chose to bring the matter to them, an undeniable fact that even an average defense lawyer should be able to use to your advantage during in your case. In the later event however, as with cancer, the longer that you choose to wait (whether paralyzed - figuratively or literally, in denial, self-pity or simply lost in hope and prayer that it'll heal itself / go away) then more time that it  (again, a warrant or cancer) will have to metasticize and destroy you later. 

Memo to the Folks continued:  If you know that there is a warrant with your name on it, then deal with it, and deal with it sooner than later.  Contact a local criminal defense lawyer.  A skilled and experienced litigator will be able to diagnose your situation, tell you if you enjoy a defense to whatever may underlie your warrant, or whether or not there exists a reasonable explanation for your predicament.  A criminal defense lawyer can negotiate on your behalf and may even be able to have the warrant quashed.  If there is no alternative to being booked then a litigator can make it as painless as possible, arranging a surrender and preparing for foreseeable eventualities.  

When it comes to the subject of "Cops, Courts and Constitutions" you should always have a skilled and experienced criminal defense attorney who is focused on serving your interests.  While we can't stop the cops from arresting you, as your legal counsel Michael A. Haber, PA will ensure that your rights are respected from the moment that representation begins and that any abuses which may have occurred beforehand are remedied.

At Michael A. Haber, P.A. "Its all about reasonable doubt"!

Michael A. Haber, Esq. is prepared to speak with you about your case!

Cell: 305-798-2220; Office: 305-381-8686; Toll Free: 1-888-SHARK-8-1


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