being in warrant status is very dangerous and inconvenient. Going to court with proof you have completed everything may seem like the easy way but you may end up in jail for reasons you are not aware of presently. I would suggest contacting an attorney in your area and discussing the situation and perhaps the attorney can locate the origin of the warrant. It may be an error in the system and easily fixed. It may be more problems you can't handle on your own. Frequently an attorney can arrange for a presentation and warrant quashing, clearing everything up at once.
It could be a mistake. A lawyer could make the appearance for you, if you can afford one. If not, bring all your paperwork to court. Talk to a Public Defender.
Edward J. Blum
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