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He wrote down the wrong date and it was a simple mistake . He was at work yesterday , so its not like he was off getting into trouble . Anyways he has an attorney , and told me that he had called her and was going to go turn himself in . This is in CO in La rimer County , and I'm curious on how probable it is for his attorney to get the warrant quashed ?Also, I wanted to add that this is his first time missing a court date, all while his trial has been postponed twice now. Thank you all for the advice thus far. I just called the jail and he is in custody- in the booking process. His court date is tomorrow. On the jail's website it states that there is no bond. I am really new to how everything works. So when he goes in to court tomorrow, will his attorney have the opportunity to request his warrant to be quashed? Will this prevent him from going back to the jail, or due to the fact that there is no bond set, is sentencing mandatory?