Your attorney should be able to go in there and take care of it. If that wasn't part of your retainer, you can hire another one to go in for you for that limited purpose.
Have your attorney deal with this- or get another attorney. Do not let this sit!
ANDREW ROBERTS CRIMINAL AND TRAFFIC TICKET DEFENSE ATTORNEY
Absolutely you can. Get your prior attorney to help you or hire another one to represent you in lifting the warrant and quashing it and getting you a re-enrollment order.
Hire an attorney to have the warrant recalled and request new dates to enroll and complete what needs to be done. Each court house in San Diego ( North County, Central, El Cajon, Chula Vista) has different procedures to add cases on to calendar to to request the judge to recall the bench warrant and reinstate your programs. Some courts add a little extra penalty for you not doing what you were supposed to do timely. You, however, have a great explanation (your wife's health). Please give me a call if your previous attorney does not return your call.
Your biggest issue is that it's now November, but your attorney and/or the next locally experienced criminal defense attorney you hire should (key word) be able to , at the very least, get the warrant recalled for you.
Your attorney should be able to help. If he/she does not return your call, contact an AVVO attorney for help.
Law Offices of Jay S. Finnecy (619) 855-3003 or (760) 522-7006 criminalattorneysd.com