You can go get a lawyer right away, go into court and clear the warrant, then finish the class. Otherwise, go to court, speak with the public defender and get out of warrant status ASAP.
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First thing you should do is retain a local attorney to recall the warrant and help you get reassigned to the classes. Most here on AVVO will offer a free consultation and likely be able to assist you.
San Diego Criminal Defense Attorney--19 years experience Law Offices of Jay S. Finnecy
It sounds like you have a probation violation for failure to comply with some of the conditions of probation. If this is your only legal issue then you shouldn’t be too scared and don’t’ avoid the problem anymore. Contact a criminal defense attorney in your area and he/she will put your matter on calendar so that the judge can recall the warrant and reinstate your probation. The attorney you hire can explain to you the court process and work out an affordable plan with the court so that you can pay off your court fines and take your classes. If you call a few attorneys in your area you should be able to find someone you can afford.
Get a lawyer to clear your warrant.
You then will set up payments.
Get a local attorney who can go for you. The sooner the better. Friday is a good day to add on your case.
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Go to court, seek to have the case added onto the calendar so the warrant can be recalled, and start doing what you should have done 3 years ago.
Or hire a quality, locally experienced, criminal defense attorney to go to court for you.