This is what I think you are saying. There is an outstanding charge for you and you want to know whether you can resolve the case without being arrested.
Unfortunately, the answer to that question is "It depends, but you'll probably spend at least some time in jail (maybe just long enough to bond out)."
If you give additional facts, an attorney can give you much better advice.
Here are some questions that will help an attorney help you: what's the charge? Is there a warrant? Has the state attorney's office already charged you? Any prior record?