You don't likely have an arrest warrant for civil case, even if you were sued for fraud. However, if the fraud led to a criminal case, and that case was filed, you could have a warrant for your arrest. (that's a lot of "ifs") If you do have a warrant, you would get arrested trying to leave or enter the United States. It is worthwhile for you to run your own criminal history thought the California Attorney General's office, or contact an attorney could get a warrant check run on you.
There are no warrants (typically) that produce any warrant you ate Verne's about. If you ate really concerned have an attorney and bail bondsman on alert.
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