Yes, perhaps depending upon the facts. Hire counsel swiftly. Counsel will be able to learn what the facts are and negotiate with the state attorney to see.
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You need to speak to a criminal defense lawyer immediately.
The lawyer can contact the police and the prosecutor and possibly convince them to allow you to be booked and post a bond. The success of this depends on the criminal charge, the strength of the evidence and the seriousness of the case.
I am sure you are scared and anxious. Who wouldn't be. If you hire a lawyer, they can reach out to the police, prosecutor or the warrants division and try to get you more information. If there is a warrant without bond, you can work with a lawyer to get a bond hearing "all ready to go" when you turn yourself in. If you do not hire a lawyer, you could be stuck in jail without the ability to get a bond hearing unless family or someone you trust will hire a lawyer on your behalf.
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Hire a criminal defense attorney to investigate what the warrant is for. It might be a warrant that the criminal defense attorney might be able to set aside, otherwise your attorney can arrange for a surrender any bond out then he or she can fight the case and try to get you out of it altogether.
Seek the assistance of a competent criminal defense attorney. There are payment plans for every budget.
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