Contact your attorney or check with the court clerk if there is a warrant for your arrest. If there is a warrant consult with a local criminal defense lawyer right away.
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Many courts only accept money orders, certified checks or credit cards, and they may have refused your check. I would check with the court immediately.
Call the Court and see if you have a warrant.
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