You Most likely will. You should hire a local attorney and see if they can "quash" the warrant.
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You should hire a competent criminal defense attorney to contact the judge and request that the bench warrant be set aside, redocket the case, and you appear with him/her at the assoigned court date. If you do it yourself, the clerk will redocket the case for you, BUT the warrant remains outstanding until you appear at court and ask that it be set aside. The judge can recall the warrant, can order it executed and you go to jail, set a bail bond. The safest option is to hire counsel.
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