Stop dicking around and hire a lawyer. You are looking at 2 cases which can have serious consequences. You need a lawyer now to help protect you. Don't wait until the walls are caving in around you. Also, don't post anything online about either of these cases.
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Get in touch with a local criminal defense attorney who can look at the particulars of your case and advise you accordingly. Why did the ex take out a warrant? What were the circumstances surrounding the pending forgery? Those quesitons and others are issues to address when you meet with an attorney in person at a consultation. Good luck with your case.
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You need to contact an attorney in the Athens area as soon as possible. The attorney may be able to get a quick bond and keep you from staying in custody for a while, plus he can talk to you in a comfortable environment, not the jail. Perhaps the attorney who is representing you on the forgery, is a good bet.
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