You can call the court and find out if there is a warrant and the bail amount. Or an attorney can do it. You need an experienced criminal defense attorney.
Odds are, if you fear that the Court issued a warrant for non-compliance, there is a good reason for the Court to issue a warrant for non-compliance, and they most likely did.
If you are uncomfortable with the idea of talking with the Courts, talk to a lawyer firs. Many, like I do, offer free initial consults on these types of cases. If you are interested in setting up a consult, write me at email@example.com and I'll reply.