If you failed to show for your court date there will be a warrant for your arrest for not appearing in court..... You can call the sheriff's of the county where you arrested to attempt to verify the warrant exists and make arrangements to surrender or wait and be taken in if you have an encounter with law enforcement. I strongly encourage you to consult with an attorney who can provide you with more specific advice based upon your individual circumstances. With regards
P Darrell Kimbrell
If you want to defend yourself then you will need to do what an attorney would do - which is investigate the facts, interview the witnesses, research the law, draft & serve & file motions to suppress evidence if needed, draft & file & serve a motion to exclude statements if needed, appear in court when scheduled, argue your motions, confer with the prosecuting attorney and basically do what any lawyer would do who spent three years going to law school and who has spent time learning as well as...
State custody means the individual is in custody of the State of Georgia as opposed to one of the counties or municipalities. A state custody hold means the indivdual has either a probation or parole warrant pending.