If the clerk told you it should be signed by the end of the day it probably was. Have you checked back to see if the warrant has been lifted?
The jail system and the clerks system have two related, but separate systems. I suspect that if you were arrested, they would not recognize their mistake. Given the number of jail releases that are happening In Fresno, it's possible that the paperwork was overlooked. Are you sure you weren't given a new report date or that the warrant isn't regarding a new matter? Keep checking on it, I have seen certain judges refuse to accept a jail release as time served. You may consider contacting your attorney to ensure it was taken care of. Good luck.
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Either you or your attorney should go to the clerk's office a review the file and get a copy of a document that the warrant has been recalled/set aside and give a copy to your probation officer and make sure this matter is now cleared up. Clerk's and jailors sometimes make errors with the paperwork. It's unfortunate, but it does happen.
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If you are on formal probation, then you should be checking in with your probation officer anyway. Make sure you kerp copies of all these records as well as a copy for probation and your attorney. If you are on informal probation, you should have an attorney clear up the warrant issue. The clerks office will likely calendar your matter for a hearing. I've never seen the clerks office recall warrant a warrant without a judges order. If you try and clear it up without an attorney, there is a greater likelihood that your arguments will be ignored and the judge putting you back in jail.