Contact a local criminal defense attorney that can help walk you through the process. Now that a warrant has been issued, there will be additional fines and possible charges associated with your failure to appear before.
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You can contact the clerks office and attempt to set a court date for you case. If you have everything paid before you go to court, there is a good chance your case would just be set aside. In some cases you might have to schedule a court date through the Judges office. You might be able to avoid the expense of an attorney if the warrant can be withdrawn by setting a court date and paying your fine.Ask a similar question
For assistance in checking your court file and getting this behind you, give my office a call. I can provide a free consult and it may help put your mind at ease. If you require my services, I'll provide a fair quote. Good luck.
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Paying the amount due is what you must do to give you the best chance of getting out of the doo doo created by your not taking care of the court fine.
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A motion should be filed directly with the judge who issued the warrant. That way the warrant may be set aside and your attorney (or you and your atttorney) can appear in front of the judge and hope to avoid jail. You should contact a local attorney here in town. www.lockettlaw.net.Ask a similar question
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