Keep calling - it can take hours or weeks. If it was in fact already submitted, it will probably be processed and issued within a day or two. I recommend you talk to an attorney beforehand, as it will be more difficult after you turn yourself in, especially if the judge does not grant a bond. Also, sometimes a bondsman will help you check the system to see when the warrant gets issued. It probably won't be long, but sometimes judges are slow to sign them, or the clerk is pokey about processing them.
It can take a day or weeks. Hire a local lawyer to get ready to file a motion for your release and to be proactive before you get locked up. Good luck!
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I agree with my colleagues and depending on what type of probation you are on will depend on how quickly the warrant is processed. Doc probation is a bit slower in Pasco than misdemeanor probation.
The other possibility is that the judge might not violate you if the basis is for a technical only, but this is unlikely as in my experience in dealing with the judges in west Pasco on a daily basis they usually sign the warrant and haul you in. They might be waiting for your next appointment.
If you have any questions I'd be happy to speak with you, my satellite office is on State Rd 54 in New Port Richey.
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