I guess you are asking what happens if you go to get a State I.D. from the Secretary of State when you have an outstanding warrant am I right?
What happens depends upon the charges that are involved that caused the warrant to be issued. So, without knowing more about that, no experienced criminal defense attorney is likely to give you information about what happens. You are best advised to arrange for a face to face consultation with an experienced attorney before you put your freedom at risk by walking into a situation might alert the authorities to have you held to account for the warrant without advance notice.
Make an appointment with someone who will have your interests in mind when providing advice. Be aware you get the best advice from those you are willing to pay for. Otherwise, ask yourself, how valuable will that advice be?
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