You can hire a lawyer to try and withdraw warrant and enter an appearance for you. Depends on judge and what jurisdiction you are in. Some judges will grant that motion and others will not. It could be an uphill battle!
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I agree with my colleagues that you need an attorney. Missing your court date is the least of your troubles, it just adds to your problems. Get a lawyer and sort this out.
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Usually sales cases are direct filed. That means you weren't arrested but the prosecutors had enough evidence to charge you and then issue a warrant for your arrest. It is best to get an attorney first. You should also call a bondsman to find out how much the bond is, and they can do a "walkthrough" for you at the jail. That way you are in and out in a couple hours. Hillsborough county is pretty good at allowing this. In the meantime, your attorney can file the proper notices in order to let the court know that you are serious and have representation. These charges usually incur prison time so don't mess around. Feel free to call me as I practice in Hillsborough county.