You wrote bad checks, because there were not sufficient funds in the account at the time you wrote the checks.(a) A bank may charge against the account of a customer an item that is properly payable from that account even though the charge creates an overdraft.
For example, if your rental agreement states that rent is due on the first day of the month, the rent would be considered late from the second day of the month onward until it is paid.
An item is properly payable if it is authorized by the customer and is in accordance with any agreement between the customer and bank.
(b) A customer is not liable for the amount of an overdraft if the customer neither signed the item nor benefited from the proceeds of the item.
In nov 2008 I wrote 3 post dated checks one to a landlord for rent on a building two to a parts store for a revolving credit account the one to the landlord was 2400 and the two to the parts store were 3200 1600 a peice I worked all across the united states and wrote the checks because I would not be anywhere near texas in dec of 08 in the course of things my contracts got canceled "I owned a business in the oil feild" I called both of the guys involved and told them the checks would not clear and told them I would have to work something else out with them they both agreed I paid the parts store 1400 and then ran out of money I found out this month that they both turned the checks over the district atty and that I have a felony warrant out for my arrest and a 30000 bond I cannot afford a lawyer and I dont know what to do Im a single dad of a two yr old boy and If i get arrested I cant bond out everything Ive read says that post dated checks cannot be turned over to the DA however these guys did I am scared for my sons well being and dont know how to proceed can someone please help You really do need an attorney.
You should be able to get a low cost/no cost consultation with an attorney through your local legal aide society or a law school if you have one near by.