I looked on line it's from 2014 saying I got 2000 in food stamps I shouldn't have cause I had a job I'm so scared no I have to go to jail can I pay it I dont have a job can I make a payment plan i haven't worked in 4 years since I left California due to anxiety and depression also back problems my family has taken care of me and supported me please any one with information I need help
It's not going to go away. You will have to hire a lawyer to walk you through this, or contact the clerk of the court to get your case placed on calendar, make an appearance, and ask the judge to appoint a lawyer from the public defender's office.
You could be arrested on the warrant in Nevada hand held in jail for up to several months while California decides if they want to bring you back. On a felony case, that is very likely. The extradition process is not pleasant. You would be handied off between local inmate transportation companies, with stops at various jails and holding facilities until you reach your destination. My packages from Amazon are treated much better.
This answer is a general discussion of legal principles by a California lawyer. It does not create an attorney-client relationship. Free initial consultation applies only to individuals with current or potential criminal charges in Butte County, California and adjoining counties.
Contact a crim law atty as soon as possible to see what can be done. In person office visit is likely the best move.
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Your case would need to be put on calendar so that the warrant can be recalled. If you hire an attorney in our county the attorney can put your case on calendar. Consult with a criminal defense attorney in the area to get more information.
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