If you go to DPS for a replacement you will most likely be arrested. I have seen it happen many times. You can try to request a replacement online and it's possible the warrants will not hit their system, but it's unlikely.
What you need to do is hire an attorney that can get a bond set on the tickets, post a surety bond and then you can take care of the tickets without fear of getting arrested at an inconvenient time- if you have never been arrested before I can assure you it's never going to be convenient!
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