If you think it is a civil warrant you can check with the court in question. you can also call the police department. You may want to have an attorney do it for you.
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You can call the clerk magistrate's office at the courthouse. If you do have a warrant, you should consult with a criminal defense attorney to determine the best way to proceed.
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You can check with the court clerk's office, probation department (located within the courthouse), and police department.
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